Pew Research Center
Put another way, people aren’t leaving faith, but they are actively leaving Christianity.
Opinion: Christianity as we know it is dying. Let’s welcome the new life ahead.
by: Amy Butler Oct. 30, 2019 (RNS) — In a recent study, Pew reported that 26% of Americans now self-identify as religiously unaffiliated, up from 17% just 10 years ago.Read More
Christians and Muslims, the largest and most widespread globally of any group, experienced government and/or social religious persecution...
Pew: Christian, Muslim persecution most widespread
by Diana Chandler WASHINGTON, July 16, 2019 (BP) — Christians and Muslims are persecuted in more countries than any other religious group, Pew Research Center said in a decade-long studyRead More
[R]egular participation in a religious community clearly is linked with higher levels of happiness and civic engagement...
Pew: Church good for happiness, civic engagement
by Diana Chandler, Feb. 1, 2019 WASHINGTON (BP) — Church participation leads to more happiness and civic engagement, Pew Research Center said Thursday (Jan. 31) after analyzing surveys from theRead More