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Is it more common for people to make decisions regarding religion on the basis of reason or by faith?

I believe faith determines religious decisions.


I think that depends on the person. Many people make decisions on religion based on both reason and faith.

Guru is right. However, it must also be stated that without faith that there is more to this life, it is not really a religious decision that is reached. So faith must play a part in that.

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