According to an article in Scientific American, a popular-science magazine, 90% of the general population surveyed professed a distinct belief in a personal god and afterlife, while only 40% of the scientists with a Bachelor of Science degree surveyed did so, and only 10% of those considered "eminent."
Why is this?
What does it mean?
Is this why religion attacks science (evolution vs. creationism)?
Is this a phenomenon that we will see progress?
Better educated people are more rational... To learn anything of a complex nature, one must learn the logic of it... The simple and irrational nature of religion rejects logic, and is learned by repetition...