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