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Researcher: Most Evangelicals Support Women in Church Leadership
Despite the ongoing debates over gender roles, surveys show significant agreement in favor of female Sunday school teachers, worship leaders, speakers, and preachers.
White Evangelicals’ Coronavirus Concerns Are Fading Faster
But when it comes to behavior, evangelicals are as likely as the rest of the country to keep up social distancing, according to Data for Progress survey.
Where Do White Evangelicals Get Their Coronavirus News? The White House
While most agree with the response from public health officials, confidence in the Trump administration outweighs the news media.
Churches Should Not Be the First to Reopen
The demographics of many US congregations make sanctuaries a risky place for gatherings to resume.
Faith Over Fear? No, It’s Political Ideology that Keeps People Unafraid of COVID-19
Before the coronavirus hit, conservative Protestant churchgoers were least concerned about a future pandemic.
The Possible Decline of the Nones Isn’t a Boost for Evangelicals
The good news and bad news about Generation Z’s unexpected religious trends.
Learning About Other Faiths Doesn’t Lead Evangelical Students to Lose Theirs
Compared to other colleges, students at evangelical institutions end up gaining the most knowledge of world religions.
Only Half of Kids Raised Southern Baptist Stay Southern Baptist
Analysis: The bigger factor behind the SBC’s decline isn’t the struggle to gain new converts; it’s keeping their own.
Evangelicals Show No Decline, Despite Trump and Nones
The 2018 General Social Survey reports American evangelicals holding steady amid growth of the unaffiliated—and a surprising uptick for mainline Protestants.
Study: Clinton Voters Much More Likely to Leave Evangelicalism than Trump Voters
How political divides impact religious affiliation and attendance.
50 Years After MLK, Sunday Segregation Isn’t Theological
According to sociology’s top survey, black and white evangelicals have more in common than politics conveys.
Congrats, Billy: Stats Show Your Evangelical Movement Is Still Going Strong
Born-again believers have kept the faith over four decades, while most religious switching has been between mainline Protestants and the “nones.”
Where Protestants and Catholics Go When They Leave Their Churches
Research shows 1 in 6 US Christians changed their religious affiliation over a four-year span, with nondenominational worshipers leading the way.
Plenty of the ‘Nones’ Actually Head Back to Church
Americans who identify as agnostic or “nothing in particular” are four times more likely to change their religious affiliation than Protestants or Catholics.
Almost No One in the US Believes in a ‘Consistent Ethic of Life’
Pope Francis’ critique of President Trump would apply to 96 percent of Americans, surveys suggest.
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