Ohio State University core class teaches that atheists are smarter than Christians


From Campus Reform. (H/T Nancy Pearcey tweet)


Ohio State University (OSU) class has apparently determined another fundamental difference between Christians and atheists: their IQ points.

An online quiz from the school’s Psychology 1100 class, provided to Campus Reform via tip, asked students to pick which scenario they found most likely given that “Theo has an IQ of 100 and Aine has an IQ of 125.”

The correct answer? “Aine is an atheist, while Theo is a Christian.”

According to a student in the class who wished to remain anonymous, the question was a part of an online homework quiz. Students were required to complete a certain amount of quizzes throughout the course but were encouraged to finish all of them in order to prep for the final exam.

“I understand that colleges have a liberal spin on things so it didn’t surprise me to see the question, which…

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2 thoughts on “Ohio State University core class teaches that atheists are smarter than Christians

  1. A bit like the question, “Do you still beat your wife?” where a groundless presumption limits the possible answers. The monasteries were seats of learning teaching the trivium and quadrivium for hundreds of years, providing a haven for thinkers and inventors. The average IQ in the Vatican isn’t likely to be much less than 130. It seems the way Ohio State University determines high IQ is by ukase, much in the same way North Korean has legislated that its malnourished and semi-literate population has an IQ of 109.

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