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愈發達富裕國家不認為需信神才會有高道德與價值觀
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今天美國最著名,皮尤民調站就Is God Necessary to Be Moral? Citizens of Wealthy Countries (Like the U.S.) Say No

在調查結果顯示:國內生產總值人均最高的國家的公民不同意“必需相信有神,才能有良好道德與價值觀。美國、英國、加拿大、瑞典和其他西方高度發達的國家都屬於這一群體。

,而另在國內生產總值(gdp)人均較低較貧窮國家,公民更傾向于說,信仰上帝是合乎道德和有良好價值觀的必要條件。奈及利亞,還有一些落後國家,如巴西,菲律賓都是這類群體

皮尤說,在這個問題上,國內生產總值和人們的信仰有著“強烈”的關聯

皮尤的一份分析報告說:“例如,在本次分析的34個國家中,肯亞的人均國內生產總值最低(2019年為4509美元),95%的受訪者表示,信仰上帝是道德不可或缺的一部分。”。“相比之下,在瑞典,只有9%的受訪者認為信仰上帝是道德的必要條件。瑞典是受訪國家中國內生產總值人均最高的國家之一(2019年為55815美元)。”

 

在美國,只有44%的人認為信仰上帝是道德和有良好價值觀的必要條件。加拿大(26%)、英國(20%)和瑞典(9%)。

與此同時,印尼(96%)、菲律賓(96%)、肯亞(95%)、奈及利亞(93%)和巴西(84%)的公民表示,信仰上帝是道德與有良好價值觀的必要條件,也即愈落後的國家,需要上帝這名詞來麻痺自已

調查於2019年進行。

Is God Necessary to Be Moral? Citizens of Wealthy Countries (Like the U.S.) Say No


Citizens of wealthy countries are the least likely in the world to say belief in God is necessary to have good morals and values, according to a new Pew Research Center study.

The survey, released Monday, asked 38,426 people in 34 countries their beliefs about religion, God and morality. 

Among the findings: Citizens of countries with the highest GDP per person are less likely to agree that “it is necessary to believe in God in order to be moral and have good values.” The United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Sweden and other Western countries were in this group.

Citizens of poorer countries, with lower gross domestic product per person, are more likely to say belief in God is necessary to be moral and have good values. Kenya, Nigeria, Brazil, the Philippines and Indonesia were some of the countries in this group.

Pew said there was a “strong” correlation between GDP and beliefs on the issue. 

“For example, in Kenya, which has the lowest GDP per capita of all 34 nations included in this analysis ($4,509 in 2019) 95% of respondents express the view that belief in God is integral to being moral,” a Pew analysis said. “By contrast, only 9% of respondents in Sweden – which has one of the highest GDP per capita of the nations surveyed ($55,815 in 2019) – say belief in God is necessary to be moral.”

The study’s findings reflected Jesus’ warnings about riches, even if every country with the lowest GDP per person wasn’t predominantly Christian. 

In the United States, only 44 percent say belief in God is necessary to be moral and have good values. Canada (26 percent), the U.K. (20 percent) and Sweden (9 percent) also had low percentages. 

Meanwhile, high percentages of citizens in Indonesia (96 percent), the Philippines (96 percent), Kenya (95 percent), Nigeria (93 percent) and Brazil (84 percent) say belief in God is necessary to be moral and have good values. 

The survey was conducted in 2019.

Photo courtesy: ©Sparrowstock


Michael Foust has covered the intersection of faith and news for 20 years. His stories have appeared in Baptist Press, Christianity TodayThe Christian Postthe Leaf-Chroniclethe Toronto Star and the Knoxville News-Sentinel.

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