A new survey shows that 51 percent of people in the world believe in God. Only 18 percent don’t and 17 percent are undecided.
More than 18,000 people participated in the London-based poll in 23 countries conducted by global research company, Ipsos Social Research Institute.
The Ipsos/Reuters poll also found that 51 percent believe that there is an afterlife while 23 percent believe they will just “cease to exist.” Around a quarter (26 percent) simply don’t know what will happen after death.
Bobby Duffy, managing director of Ipsos, told Reuters, “It may seem to many that we live in a secular world but this survey shows just how important spiritual life is to so many global citizens with half saying they believe in a spiritual being and the same proportion in an afterlife of some sort or other.”
“The other really interesting thing is that such a large proportion of the remaining people are just not sure there is a spiritual explanation either for how they got here or what happens after they die.”Continue Reading on www.christianpost.com