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A look at how evangelicals fared in the General Social Survey.

depression. A recent LifeWay Research survey that found one out of four pastors “have personally struggled with mental illness,” often undiagnosed.

Unusual faith coalition calls on Congress to limit payday loans.

on by people simply looking for a quick buck with no regard for the devastation they cause in the lives of others,” said Barrett Duke, vice president for public policy and research at the

Police investigated sexual assaults in 2006, but no charges were brought against Duggar. TLC pulls program from its lineup.

2008. Duggar also resigned his job as executive director of FRC Action, an affiliate of the Washington, DC-based Family Research Council (FRC). The

Leader died two days before $1.7 million Templeton Prize was awarded to Jean Vanier, founder of L’Arche communities.

Died: John 'Jack' Templeton Jr., Billionaire Philanthropist Who Backed Science-Religion Research. The foundation supports research that connects science and religious faith.

Coordinated sermon series against ‘progressive Christianity’ seeks to ‘demonstrate the unity of the body of Christ.’

Just under half (45%) of Methodists would describe themselves as born-again or evangelical, according to new data from the Pew Research Center.

Amid changing US religious landscape, Christians ‘decline sharply’ as unaffiliated rise. But born-again believers aren't to blame.

So thinks the Pew Research Center, which today released the second wave of a massive study designed to “fill the gap” left by the United States census (no questions on religion), the

At NHCLC convention, Jeb Bush gets more applause on Zionism than immigration or Spanish.

Hispanic Americans, four in 10 (41%) sympathize with Israel, compared with 17 percent who feel the same towards Palestinians, according to a report from the Pew Research Center.

Government closes churches, while politicians dispute whether 13 or hundreds of former Adventist's followers were killed.

legalized. Only 40,000 Muslims live in Angola, while Christians make up 90 percent of its population of 19 million, according to the Pew Research Center.

But few Americans want ministries like InterVarsity punished for sticking to convictions.

44 percent) say that student groups at public universities should not be allowed to dictate what their leaders believe, according to a new study from Nashville-based LifeWay Research.

Propaganda video released the same day Justin Welby arrives in Cairo to honor previous 21 victims.

More than 40 percent of immigrants to the European Union are Christians—the largest population of any religious group, according to the Pew Research Center.

Religion involved for first time in common yet deadly sea crossings from Africa to Italy.

Such boat crossings are notoriously dangerous: 400 migrants reportedly drowned when a boat capsized in the sea last weekend, according to Global Research, a Canadian center.

LifeWay looks at how many support legal same-sex unions they view as sinful.

such friends are twice as likely to say same-sex marriage should be legal as those who do not, according to a phone survey of 2,000 Americans from Nashville-based LifeWay Research

Surge in pro-life legislation in states enters fifth year.

The Guttmacher Institute, a research organization that supports abortion rights, said that in the last four years, states have enacted 231 abortion restrictions.

ABS study find only 1 in 7 read Good Book daily.

encouraged (41 percent), and hopeful (35 percent), according to the phone survey of 1,012 Americans and online survey of 1,024 Americans conducted by the Barna Research Group.

Americans say Jesus was real, but they're less sure he's God.

Americans Like the Idea of Going to Church. Two-thirds of Americans find church attendance an admirable idea, according to a recent LifeWay Research study.

Pew Research examines influence of births vs. conversions, and how China could change everything.

Pew Research examines influence of births vs. conversions, and how China could change everything. Pew Research examines influence of births vs.

Leaders say 'death penalty is plagued by racial and economic disparities.'

But in 2012, the National Research Council said studies showing a deterrent effect were "fundamentally flawed.". So far in 2015, there have been 10 executions carried out.

Bronx Household of Faith gets bad news before Easter Sunday.

state separation. Two-thirds said it was not. LifeWay Research surveyed NYC residents and Americans at large over the issue in 2012. The results: Half

Christians are divided over whether immigrants are drain on resources or an opportunity to share Jesus.

And they want Congress to take action soon. Those are among the results of a new survey of evangelicals from Nashville-based LifeWay Research. Image: LifeWay Research.

Some debate whether Gordon College's Vining Collection should stay together.

items. And since we are not a museum or a research institution, we also lacked the staffing and facilities to host external researchers,” Sweeney told CT.

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