Super Bowl Theology: How Americans See God's Role in the Big Game
Surveys suggest Christians believe much more prosperity gospel than Calvinism is at play.
“Our previous research has shown most Americans think God is concerned with their day-to-day decisions,” said Scott Roughly one-third (31%) say they are likely to be doing both.
Bible on Demand: What 160 Million People Searched Scripture For in 2015
Bible Gateway offers year-end analysis of the most-popular verses and chapters, and whether anyone finished their Bible-in-a-year reading plans.
(So did “rainbow.”). And in September, on the day of the total lunar eclipse, the No. Philippians 4:13 came in third in every country except the UK, where Psalm 23:4 won out.
Here's Where America's 338,000 Christian Refugees Come From
Evangelical, Catholic, Baptist, Pentecostal, and other resettled believers hail from quite different countries.
Moldova is third, with 4,043. The majority of Seventh-day Adventist refugees (7,527) come from three continents: 3,542 are from the DRC, 905 from Cuba, and 625 from Ukraine.
The Pope's Growing Evangelical Flock
Catholics seem to be responding to Pope Francis’ encouragement to read their Bibles and pray on their own.
A third of Catholics (33%) actually did read the Bible more than the previous year. The ABS also found: One out of five read their Bibles several times a week; 14 percent read every day.
20 Truths from Pioneering Movements by Steve Addison
Jesus founded the greatest movement this world has ever seen. How do we join in?
Trainers are Church Multipliers who have learned how to equip other church multipliers to achieve third and fourth He was based in Ephesus, where he was teaching every day.
The One Percent: Why So Few Pastors Quit A 'Brutal Job'
How 1,500 ministers feel about their past pulpits and current churches.
say their family resents the demands of pastoral ministry, and more than a third (35%) say the Although they typically work on others' traditional day of rest, 85 percent of pastors say they
Massive Survey Shows How US Christians Changed from 2007 to 2014
(UPDATED) The rich in faith get richer while the poor get poorer, according to Pew.
85 percent said their faith was very important to them, and 8 in 10 prayed every day. More than a third of evangelicals (36%) in 2014 said homosexuality should be accepted by society
Overworked, Underpaid, and Cautious about Science
A look at how evangelicals fared in the General Social Survey.
Mental health concerns also affect about a third of evangelicals, at least on an occasional basis. Three out of 10 said their mental health was not good for at least one day out of the past
Burning Black Churches Rekindle Old Fears
(UPDATED) Arson suspected in spate of six St. Louis church fires in nine days.
So far, at least two of the recent church fires—College Hill Seventh-day Adventist Church in Knoxville, Tennessee, and Briar Creek Baptist Church in Charlotte, North One-third of the