ته‌مه‌ن و باوه‌ڕبوون به‌ خودا

242 جار ئه‌م بابه‌ته‌ خوێندراوه‌ته‌وه‌

ته‌مه‌ن و باوه‌ڕبوون به‌ خودا

له‌گه‌ڵ به‌ره‌وسه‌رچوونی ته‌مه‌نی مرۆڤ باوه‌ڕبوون به‌ خودا زیاد ده‌كات ته‌نانه‌ت له‌ ده‌وڵه‌ته‌ بێ دینه‌كانیشدا

به‌گوێره‌ی ئه‌م لێكۆڵینه‌ و ئامارانه‌ی ده‌ستكه‌وتووه‌ ده‌رباره‌ی وڵاته‌ جیاوازه‌كان ده‌ركه‌وتووه‌ كه‌ ته‌نانه‌ت له‌ ده‌وڵه‌ته‌ بێدینه‌كانیش به‌ هه‌مان شێوه‌ له‌گه‌ڵ به‌ره‌وسه‌رچوونی ته‌مه‌نی مرۆڤه‌كان باوه‌ڕبوونیان به‌ بوونی خودا زیاد ده‌كات.

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مرۆڤه‌كان كاتێك له‌ ته‌مه‌نی گه‌نج و هه‌رزه‌كاریدان وه‌ك باوه‌ كه‌متر به‌لای ئاییندا ده‌چن‌ له‌ چاو ته‌مه‌نی پیری ئه‌ویش به‌هۆی ئه‌وه‌یه‌ كه‌ له‌م ته‌مه‌نه‌ كه‌مانه‌دا مرۆڤ خه‌یاڵ و توانای به‌ره‌و دونیا و شته‌ دونیاییه‌كان سه‌رف ده‌كات، كاتی خۆی به‌ دونیاوه‌ سه‌رقاڵ ده‌كات به‌مه‌ش غافڵ ده‌بێت له‌ دونیای واقع و بیركردنه‌وه‌، به‌ڵام كاتێك هێز له‌ده‌ست ده‌دات ئه‌وكات به‌ره‌و بیركردنه‌وه‌ ده‌چێت و هه‌ست ده‌كات دونیا فریویداوه‌، ئنجا ئه‌و كات به‌ره‌و فیتره‌تی ڕاسته‌قینه‌ی خۆی هه‌نگاو ده‌نێت.

Belief in God rises with age, even in atheist nations

By William Harms

APRIL 18, 2012

International surveys about the depth of people’s belief in God reveal vast differences among nations, ranging from 94 percent of people in the Philippines who said they always believed in God, compared to only 13 percent of people in the former East Germany. Yet the surveys found one constant—belief in God is higher among older people, regardless of where they live.

A new report on the international surveys, “Belief About God Across Time and Countries,” was issued by the General Social Survey of the social science research organization NORC at the University of Chicago. It is based on a comprehensive, international study of belief in God and includes information from the International Social Survey Program, a consortium of the world’s leading opinion survey organizations. Tom W. Smith, director of the General Social Survey, wrote the report.

The data came from 30 countries in which surveys about belief in God have been taken, in some cases, since 1991. Researchers asked questions to determine people’s range of beliefs, from atheism to strong belief in God; their changing beliefs over their lifetime; and their attitude toward the notion that God is concerned with individuals.

BELIEF IN GOD VARIES WIDELY ACROSS NATIONS, CULTURES

Countries with the strongest belief in God tended to be Catholic societies, especially in the developing world, such as the Philippines.

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