Interesting link

It would seem from this map that people’s choice of religion has more to do with regionalism than with absolute truth.  Blasphemy!

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  1. don't get too excited.

    i just looked googled the county in question (loving county) and it has a population of about 60 people.

    take from that what you will.

  2. Hang on–! I'm from Pennsylvania; What happened to the Quakers? They're not even listed as "none!"

    And this is only a map for Christians? What about Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Buddhists, Scientologists, and –um…stuff…?

  3. My question would be – and this is something I've been wondering for awhile now – what's the deal with drawing a distinction between Catholics, every different Protestant sect, and "Christians," as this map does?

  4. Hmm, I guess the likely explanation is that there just aren't any churches in that county.

    As for the lack of other religions being represented, I'm guessing that they just don't have a plurality anywhere.

  5. Really? I don't know any. Lots of Mennonites though.

    That red is really scary. It's an appropriate color, isn't it? Makes one gasp out loud while the Catholics are a more soothing hue.

    [Is spiffy gravatar working, me wonders?]

  6. No, Harrisburg (the emerald city) – where we keep our money-grubbing, procrastinating, do-nothings. (I'm not one of those – I only grub money that's due to come to me anyway and I actually DO something, though you might not know it due to the "speed" of bureaucracy.)

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