Warning of new sectarian divide between faiths and secularists

EXPERTS have warned of a new sectarianism after a study showed a gap appears to be ­opening between religious and non-religious people. The Edinburgh University ­findings showed widely varying views among people on religion and secularism in Scotland. It found most people believe Muslims should be able to pray at work, two-thirds believe in the soul and more people believe in heaven than hell, reports Brian Donnelly in The Herald

 

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