Thou shalt not cheat.
It’s not whether you believe in God that determines if you’ll cheat on a test – it’s what kind of God you believe in. If you believe in a loving, forgiving God, you’re more likely to cheat. If you believe in an angry, vengeful God, you’re less likely to cheat. So sayeth a study published in the International Journal for the Psychology of Religion.
Different views of God may influence academic cheating. Temptation to cheat on a math test was best resisted by students who believe in a harsh, punishing God, EurekAlert>>