Scholars, journalists, and data crunchers are meeting in Claremont, CA on Saturday to discuss what's happening with Mormon Millennials.
(RNS) — Most Americans choose a political party before choosing a religion, if they choose a religion at all, writes Michele Margolis in a new book.
(RNS) — Conservative Christians have developed a particular intellectual strategy for engaging with others called “presuppositionalism.”
WASHINGTON (RNS) A new survey finds -- surprise!-- we like ourselves. U.S. adults feel most warmly about those who share their religion.
(RNS) Despite Mitt Romney's loss on Tuesday night, fellow Mormons say his candidacy was a win for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. By Peggy Fletcher Stack and Daniel Burke.
(RNS) One study says that Mormonism will hurt Mitt Romney's quest for the White House. Another says such fears are "exaggerated." How do we make sense of such contradictory claims? By Daniel Burke.
(RNS) With Election 2012 less than six months away, congregations are getting the message that Americans want religion out of politics. So they're revamping how congregations mobilize voters, largely avoiding the political fray, and hot-button social issues are relegated to simmer in low-profile church study groups. By G. Jeffrey MacDonald.