Huff Post had an interesting article on how college education effects a person's religious beliefs and practices. http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/...igion&ncid=edlinkusaolp00000008#slide=1464815 The included slide show is interesting also. How has your education effected your religious beliefs? I didn't go to college so I can't share from that perspective. Yet because I didn't go to college, I decided to follow the example of Abraham LIncoln and educate myself. This led to studying and learning about all religions. Its been an interesting journey. I think I have a stronger right-side of the brain (creativity, contemplation) than left side (reasoning/logical). It is perhaps because I didn't go to college. Instead I found creative ways to learn about things like art, sociology, etc.. Looking forward to hearing from others on this topic.