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July 28, 2015
Martin Luther King Jr. once said that 11 a.m. on a Sunday morning is “the most segregated hour in this nation,” but it appears some religious groups are experiencing more success than others in overcoming this historic separation.
June 19, 2014
In order to strengthen the cause of marriage and family, the annual March for Marriage will be held on the Mall in Washington, DC this Thursday.
June 18, 2014
Is something rotten in the state of Denmark with regards to same-sex marriage and religious liberty?
July 16, 2013
Anglicanism has all the tools and aims necessary to meet these challenges. The Anglican way is supposed to be completely intergenerational—all ages participate in the sacramental life of the Church, local and universal. Common Prayer and Holy Communion do not mesh well with age-segregated services for good reason.
January 21, 2013
By Kristin Rudolph The “nones,” those generally between ages 18 and 30 who describe themselves as “spiritual but not religious” have been a frequent topic of discussion and speculation recently. From questioning what has…
December 31, 2012
By Mark Tooley (@MarkDTooley) Secular elites like to insist that America and by implication the world is growing ever more secular. The evidence is doubtful at best. In 2012 a much trumpeted Pew study showed a…
November 4, 2012
A new Pew Research Center poll, the last before the election, shows majorities of evangelicals, Mainline Protestants, and Roman Catholics supporting Mitt Romney. White evangelicals support Romney over Barack Obama by 78 percent to…
October 10, 2012
There continues to be lots of buzz about the Pew Research Center’s new study asserting nearly 20 percent of Americans are now religiously unaffiliated. And there seems to be endless fascination with these free-spirits. …
October 10, 2012
By Mark Tooley A new Pew Research Center study of America’s evolving religious demographic asserts that nearly 20 percent of Americans are now religiously unaffiliated, while historically dominant Protestants are now under 50 percent….