Monday, March 8, 2010

Faith and Wealth

This is an interesting chart to ponder.  It did challenge my expectation that Evangelicals would be wealthier then the average Christian.  That's a shame-  I always blame them for the prosperity Gospel.  Perhaps I need to look a bit closer to home.

h/t:  Andrew Sullivan

1 comment:

  1. Or, it could be a.) the prosperity gospel doesn't work b.) oppressed Evangelicals get caught up in and vote based on conservative social issues (no gun control, pro-life, marriage protection) while the fiscal issues that go hand in hand with conservative social issues continually rail road them into the same oppression that they have always lived in
    -that is the great irony of conservative politics, it continues to keep down the very people who support it.