To put it bluntly, they found that children with a religious upbringing were more likely to believe in stories or scenarios that were more religious based while children from more secular and non-religious backgrounds were able to recognise the stories as being just that, stories and not real. In short, children from a religious upbringing were marginally more gullible. If you have any study to counter the one in the OP or the one I linked as a side form of discussion about the effect of religion on children, please do so. Otherwise, stop trolling. Depends on the religion and religious community and what you are looking at. How many LGBT kids are expelled and shunned, commit suicide or forced into denying their sexuality because of said religious adherence and the communities and religious families they belong to? How much sexual abuse have religious organisations spent decades hiding and fostering, causing irreparable harm to victims and their families?