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Majority of Docs Believe Miracles have Occurred in the Past and Can Occur Today
Date:12/9/2008

acles have happened in the past, while only 57% of Jewish physicians believe so.

The majority of Protestant physicians (60%) responded "yes" when asked if the miracle stories in religious texts should be taken as literally true, which was a much higher percentage than any other religion. This finding suggests that Protestant physicians hold more supernatural views on religion than physicians with different religious backgrounds.

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