The Regnerus study was challenged and found to be the largest, most scientific study to date.<quoted text>
As long as a study and it's results was thoroughly peer-reviewed, why would it matter who conducted the study?
When studying what criteria is used in a study, and examining the final outcome, it's not hard to figure out if that study was correct or not.
That's why there IS a peer-review process.
For instance the Regnerus study failed on many points. Can you show where the study you mention failed?
The study I noted was disqualified by peer review, not just for a small and selective study group with no comparisons, but with extremely dubious information collecting methods.
Here is a challenge; Find me a study that lists it's study methods and challenges the Regnerus findings.