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I suspect the biggest thing you're going to find with a question like this is that PerlMonks are all highly individualistic, with a lot of nuanced positions. I doubt there will be many folks who can speak for the community. It might be interesting to compare the Jargon File's Portrait of J Random Hacker with Perlmonks in general. I'm certain that we have everything from atheists to evangelical christians, Muslims, and Buddhists.

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