Religion Helps Teenagers Avoid Marijuana


A Brigham Young University study finds religious involvement (regardless of the denomination) makes teenagers half as likely to use marijuana as their peers without religious participation!
“After we accounted for family and peer characteristics,” said Stephen Bahr, one of the study’s authors, “there was an independent effect that those who were religious were less likely to do drugs, even when their friends were users.”
Once again, the contention by clueless atheists and agnostics that religion is bad for you has been proven wrong!

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