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The #MeToo Movement Has Educated Pastors. And Left Them with More Questions.
More pastors say they are addressing these issues from the pulpit. Still, half say they lack training in how to address sexual and domestic violence.
Many Churchgoers Want Sunday Morning Segregated … by Politics
Survey finds half of Protestants prefer to worship with people who share their views—and half believe they already do.
Prosperity Gospel Taught to 4 in 10 Evangelical Churchgoers
Survey finds most Protestants believe God wants them to prosper financially. But views diverge on whether they must tithe to receive it.
Poll: You're Probably Inviting Friends to Church
The more often people go, the more likely they are to invite someone to come along.
How Protestant Churches Are Involved with Adoption and Foster Care
Survey finds nondenominational ones are most active. But half of churchgoers say their church doesn’t mention either issue.
Millennial Evangelicals on Israel: ‘Meh’
Survey finds waning support for Jewish state compared to older American believers.
33% of Protestant Churchgoers Don’t Know Billy Graham’s Ministry
For the rest, here’s how they’ve interacted with the legendary 99-year-old evangelist.
1 in 3 Protestant Churchgoers Personally Affected by Suicide
Survey also finds one-third of victims were attending church before their death, but few pastors knew of their struggle.
Two-Thirds of Americans Admit They Are Sinners
Most agree with Romans 3:23, but disagree on what to do about it.
Robbing God, Literally: 1 in 10 Protestant Churches Experience Embezzlement
Survey finds 1 in 2 only has enough cash for four months of services.
In Sex Disputes, Most Americans Still Favor Religious Rights
But 1 in 5 think conservative Christians are motivated by hate.
On Israel, Most Hispanic Christians Are Ambivalent
Survey finds efforts to diversify Christian Zionism have a ways to go.
Shame, Guilt, and Fear: What 1,000 Americans Avoid Most
Churches may be emphasizing the wrong selling point of the gospel, suggests LifeWay.
Moral Law: Americans Agree on More Morality, Disagree on Method
Survey examines attitudes on where morals come from and how to bolster behavior.
How 1,000 Pastors Pursue Racial Reconciliation
Personal relationships and prayer preferred over preaching and protests.
How Pastors Perceive Domestic Violence Differently
Most pastors want their churches to be a safe haven, but don’t have a plan to get there.
Eat, Pray, Lent: Here's What Americans Actually Abstain From
Nearly 3 in 10 evangelical believers now observe the season before Easter.
America’s Conversation Leaders, Ranked: Pastors Fall Between Trump and Kanye
Who do people trust to discuss national problems beyond Twitter debates?
Here’s What Happens When Christmas Falls on a Sunday
Just 1 in 10 churches will cancel worship services this December 25.
Opposition to Assisted Suicide Dies Out
Most Americans, including 4 in 10 evangelicals, want doctors to help terminally ill patients end their lives.
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