COMMENTARY: Is religion good for kids?
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Exposure to religious themes, such as the Biblical story of Noah and the ark, affect children's ability to distinguish between fact and fiction, a new study shows.
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(RNS) Imaginative religious stories such as creation, Noah, the Exodus, or Santa Claus, may actually benefit cognitive development, creative thinking and social skills.