Godstud wrote:The greater the lack in education, the greater one thinks morality has to do with religion.
This is true, of course, but your statement seems to carry the implicit assumption that "education" always means more wisdom and correct knowledge.
Of course, if we were to look at those educated in religious schools, compared to those who are not, we would very likely find that those with this education think morality has more to do with religion. So in a likewise manner, we could extend this view to all education in general.
Certainly it was true that those more educated in the Soviet Union were more likely to believe in the Atheist and Communist ideologies being pushed in those schools.
But I do think there may be something inherent in people's material conditions shaping their religious views.
When everything is good and people can provide for themselves, and have a likely path of career prosperity in front of them, they may be less likely to feel they need a God.