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'Spiritual' young people more likely to commit crimes than 'religious' ones

Young adults who deem themselves ?spiritual but not religious? are more likely to commit property crimes ? and to a lesser extent, violent ones ? than those who identify themselves as either ?religious and spiritual? or ?religious but not spiritual,? according to researchers.
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