Study: Men With High Testosterone Levels Are Less Likely To Go To Church

Do real men go to church?  According to a stunning new study conducted by researchers at McGill University in Canada, men that have high testosterone levels are less likely to be religious

In the study, the researchers analysed data of over 1,000 men aged 57-85, including their weight and height, saliva and blood samples.

Participants also completed questionnaires about how often they attended religious services and whether they had a clergy member in their core social network.

The analysis revealed that men with higher levels of the sex hormones testosterone and dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) in their bodies had weaker religious ties.

But does this also mean that men with high testosterone levels are less spiritual, or could it be possible that “manly men” are just being turned off by what they find a most churches today?

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