Which Way Are Christian Attitudes About Israel Moving?

by (@TheIRD) March 5, 2014

Recently the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) held its annual policy conference in Washington, and stated that when it comes to public backing for Israel, by some measures, U.S. evangelical Christians are even more supportive of Israel than in recent memory.

Mauro: The Formidable Islamist Minority in America

by (@TheIRD) January 9, 2013

National Executive of CAIR holds a translated copy of Koran (Photo Credit: Alex Wong/Getty Images) Ryan Mauro (@RyanMauro) This IRD article originally appeared at FrontPage Magazine and was republished with permission. A summary of polls about the ideological makeup of the Muslim-American community shows that the majority is moderate, but there is a formidable minority […]

A Dissident None On The Rising Unaffiliated

by (@TheIRD) October 23, 2012

The Incredulity of Saint Thomas by Caravaggio By Nathaniel Torrey There has been much speculation about “the nones,” the increasing number of people who do not identify with any particular religious denomination. The poll, conducted by the Pew Research Center, shows that nearly one-fifth of all Americans and nearly one-third of young people under thirty […]

How to Write about Evangelicals Rejecting the Religious Right

by (@lukemoon1) May 7, 2012

By Luke Moon Are you a young evangelical who is tired of the “culture wars?” Are you the son of a famous Evangelical leader often associated with the Religious Right? Are you looking to write a article or blog about how “your generation” is abandoning partisanship and especially any connection to the Religious Right or […]