According to those statistics, but statistics can mislead. Not everyone who subscribes to a religion takes it's dogma too seriously. Even practicing Christians I know don't seriously believe that a god sent a prophet to Earth to 'show us the way'. They're rather superstitious, not downright stupid. Most don't seem convinced of an interventionist god by any means (let alone an Abrahmic one) and are also uncertain of any afterlife.<quoted text>
Dwell on this... ;)
[Non-believers] are #3 !....
I must be careful of course and not presume to know what they think, but that's the impression I get. I don't ordinarily challenge their beliefs as it can seem rude or aggressive and I don't wish to seem confrontational. Discussing religion is often unwelcome. The subject seldom crops-up except in news items when we all seem to agree. For instance, we broadly agree on equality for gay marriage; women should have control of their own bodies and reproductive decisions; and that boy scouts shouldn't have to swear a promise to gods or monarchs.