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 Many professing Christians believe that people are inherently good, that our primary purpose is to enjoy life and that our most important responsibility is to take care of our family.

 81% believe that the Bible teaches that God helps those who help themselves.

 49% believe that the Bible teaches that money is the root of all evil.

 72% believe that people are blessed by God so they can enjoy life as much as possible.

 34% believe that the Bible is not accurate in all it teaches.

 40% believe that all religions teach equally valid truths.

 60% say that Satan is not a living being but a symbol of evil.

 55% say that if a person is generally good or does enough good things for others they will earn a place in heaven.

 44% believe that Jesus committed sins while on earth.

 61% believe that the Holy Spirit is not a living entity but a symbol of God’s presence and power.

 40% believe that after he was crucified, Jesus did not physically return to life.

 34% believe that there are some sins that even God cannot forgive.