(RNS) — Fewer adults are attending religious services in the United States, but that’s not necessarily because they don’t believe.
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(RNS) — In a survey of 106 countries, younger people were found to be less religious than their elders. The exceptions were rare.
PARIS (RNS) — Sixty-four percent of adults across Western Europe still identify as Christians, even if only 18 percent of them say they attend church at least once a month, a Pew survey found.
(RNS) — Republicans still appeal to older white Christian voters who have less than a college education, says a new Pew study. The problem for the GOP is that these voters are fast becoming thin on the ground.
(RNS) — 'Catholics who are Republican and Republican-leaning have become more negative to Pope Francis,' said Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center.
(USA Today) — Social psychologists, ethicists, and religious leaders tell how to take a moral measure of yourself.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — The survey captures how 'too many people think Christmas is about a mall and not a manger,' said Ed Stetzer, executive director of the Billy Graham Center at Wheaton College.
(RNS) — Even if there were no more migration to Europe — no immigrants, no refugees — the percentage of Muslims in those countries still would rise during the next three decades, according to a new Pew Research Center study.
(RNS) — A majority of American adults say belief in God is not required to be a moral person.
(RNS) — The document encouraged the church to meet people where they are and then accompany them on their journey toward God. But who is going to do this accompanying?
(RNS) — In attacking the U.S. Catholic bishops, Steve Bannon is giving their call for immigration reform the kind of publicity they seem incapable of getting themselves.
(RNS) — In some cases, U.S. Protestants seemed unaware of the theological differences that split Catholics and Protestants in the 1500s, voicing beliefs that are more traditionally Catholic than they are Protestant.
(RNS) — Almost 90 percent say they are proud to be both American and Muslim.
(RNS) Since Donald Trump’s inauguration, Christians have outpaced Muslims as the No. 1 faith group to reach these shores as refugees.
(RNS) A majority of Americans overall (59 percent) see religion as a positive, compared to 26 percent who say it has a negative impact on the way things are going in the U.S., according to Pew.