(RNS) — In a survey of 106 countries, younger people were found to be less religious than their elders. The exceptions were rare.
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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) — Professors of homiletics picked the dozen — 11 men and one woman — from nearly 800 nominees.
(RNS) — The survey shows that despite experiencing more discrimination than other religious groups, American Muslims take pride in their U.S. identity as well as their faith and, for the most part, are gaining acceptance among other religious...
(RNS) — As society grows less religious, fewer people are turning to prayer.
(RNS) — The vast majority of Jews did not vote for Trump, exit polls showed. But those who identify as Orthodox were the most supportive of Trump on Election Day and continue to give him high marks.
LONDON (RNS) — Many religious people reject the story of Creation. But a significant number of Britons do not find that evolution provides a satisfactory explanation for human consciousness.
(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) — 'I'm obsessed with Star Wars,' says a turbaned man who appears in one of the videos that are part of the 'We Are Sikhs' media campaign.
(RNS) — Too many white Christians sacrifice the gospel’s radical solidarity with the poor and oppressed with comfortable, self-serving ideologies, writes John Gehring.
(RNS) — Almost 90 percent say they are proud to be both American and Muslim.
(RNS) — Scant percentages of the 1,000 Americans surveyed knew that church members teach job skills, help immigrants learn English or provide tax preparation assistance.
(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.
(RNS) White evangelical Protestants and Mormons showed the highest rates of approval for those who cite their religious belief as the basis for denying service to gays — but still less than a majority within those two groups hold this opinion.
SALT LAKE CITY — The survey contains questions about whether missionaries have experienced or observed physical harm, such as being punched, kicked, choked, restrained, bitten by a dog or in any other way injured.