IQ and Sin

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Is it sin for a Christian to believe IQ tests reveal racial differences in intelligence?


2 Responses to “IQ and Sin”

  1. Kimberly Says:

    Hmmm….I don’t think it is a “sin” to believe a fact (if something is indeed a proven fact like the earth is round). I don’t get the presupposition here! Believing a fact, in my opinion, has nothing to do with being a Christian, unless the Christian “uses” the fact to do “un-Christian” things. In this case, if the fact is true, then it really has nothing to do with being a Christian. A fact is a fact. But if the Christian says because this is true, I will treat someone like an inferior human being, or will treat someone unjustly, then that is where the problem lies, I believe. I believe in micro-evolution and some Christians I’ve met think that is a sin, even though there is evidence for it (not macro-evolution).

  2. Allison Biggers Says:

    No (of course)

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