UnNews:Rash of terminal diseases linked to lack of Christian faith

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As you can see, Buddhism has the highest percentage of practitioners dying per year. Christianity has the lowest.

14 March 2007

Cases of terminal diseases such as Alzheimer's have gone up 20% in the last year. So has the number of people converting away from Christianity. A recent study has shown that Christians, on average, live twice as long as non-Christians. The religion with the lowest life-expectancy is buddhism. The reason for the difference in mortality is believed to be that Christians can heal themselves by Godly magic. The reason that buddhists have a low life-expectancy is probably related to their lack of desire for things such as longevity. Dr. Alasdair advises people to accept Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior.

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