What Twins Reveal about the Science of Faith

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What twins reveal about the Science of faith is a reading exercise is true or false type question to practise for the Cambridge English C1 Advanced and IELTS tests as well as the English Language B IB Diploma.

What twins reveal about the Science of Faith Reading Exercise

You will read an article online about findings of twin studies by Professor Tim Spector. In order to answer the questions below click here first to read the article online.

1. The journalist who wrote this article predominantly studies religion.

2. The research studied the percentage of white people who were religious in both the U.S. and the U.K.

3. The researcher's test on twins took cultural differences into account.

4. The research partners defined spirituality as the ability to have meaningful experiences through worship.

5. The researchers concluded that people inherit 40-50 per cent of their parents' spirituality genres.

6. Once children move out of their parents' house, their genes start to determine their spirituality instead of their parents' influence.

7. The article tells a story about identical twins, whose parents separated after the children entered the Christian faith.

8. Elizabeth was drawn to the Islamic faith from the first moment she came into contact with it.

9. Because Elizabeth and Caroline are twins, their children's genetic makeup is very similar to theirs.

10. The twins' mother, Annie, was probably a carrier of the 'faith' genre, but because of circumstances, this was only expressed very late in life.

11. Studies on twins have shown how genetics can determine the religion to which one identifies.


 

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