Belief in an angry God is the strongest predictor of a country's crime rate

When it comes to predicting a country's crime rate, sociologists typically look at such factors as income inequality and GDP. But new research suggests that a better place to look might be inside the religious beliefs of the population — or more accurately, their belief in Hell and the prospect of eternal damnation. »6/20/12 1:40pm6/20/12 1:40pm