Increase in sales for magazines featuring Jesus as the primary cover subject. Non-Christian Americans who say they have a favorable impression of evangelicals. Britain's 12-year-olds who know Easter celebrates the Resurrection




Increase in sales for magazines featuring the Bible as the primary cover subject. Those who say they have an unfavorable impression of evangelicals. Northern Ireland's 15-and 16-year olds who believe sex outside marriage is wrong

Related Elsewhere

Stories referenced above include:

Jesus rocks on the newsstand—Folio (Dec. 1, 2002)
Pupils 'disagree' with Church over sex—BBC (Dec. 5, 2002)
Schools 'failing to teach pupils basic message of Christianity'The Daily Telegraph, London (Dec. 15, 2002)

Christianity Today's recent Go Figure columns include:

What role did abortion play in the congressional race? (January 8, 2003)
Is cheating more rampant at religious high schools? (December 18, 2002)
What do Americans pray for? (December 9, 2002)
How much more time do evangelical fathers give their children? (October 25, 2002)
What percentage of Americans believe in heaven? (September 13, 2002)
Americans continue to give to religious groups following September 11. (August 14, 2002)
The majority of Americans say September 11 proved there's "too little religion." (July 11, 2002)
Statistics on the Protestant clergy shortage and The Prayer of Jabez (May 23, 2002)
The number of Americans who say they have no religion is growing  (May 8, 2002)

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