The Barna Group has released the findings of its latest survey, this time matching Christians with those who have “no faith.” Most atheists and agnostics (56%) think radical Christianity is just as threatening as radical Islam. The faithless, which comprises 9% percent of the population, are less likely than the faithful to volunteer, participate in community activities and donate to charitable causes. They are also less likely to report being “at peace” and more likely to feeling stressed out.
In other words, the faithless have a warped idea of reality, are selfish with their time and money, and are generally unhappy campers. Just what we would expect.