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Every Sunday morning thousands of people get their best dressed clothes on a nice suit and tie hat and coat perfectly cleansed and wrinkle free dress all to go to church to listen to a preacher discuss the word of God Every persons eyes are glued to the Preacher as he walks back and forth One may hear a few babies start to cry because they need a nap but for the most part all that may be heard is the word of God being spread about the church Once the sermon is over everyone files out to go to their Sunday brunch and clamors about what the preacher had taught that day Church is something that many Americans participate in and in turn many Americans believe in God but is there any connection between going to church and improving the overall environment of the community or are heavily church bound citys crime rates lesser when compared to other cities that do not have as high of a rate of people that believe in God and go to church every day That is a question that is asked quite frequently but is it true Can living in a place where people go to church on a regular basis effect the entire community According to one survey this is proven to be true If one lives in a highly populated Christian community the chance of all sorts of crime is less when compared to a community with a less religious backgroundOne may think that living in a lesser religious community compared to a very religious community would make no huge difference this theory however is false When one compares the crime rates in Nevada and North Carolina the connection is astounding According to the website the Neighborhood Scout which is used by many reliable networks such as The Wall Street Journal the chance of someone having a crime happen to him or her in
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