(RNS) — On social issues, younger evangelicals are drifting toward the center. But the data is mixed on whether they can stomach voting for anyone but the GOP.
(RNS) — "Nones have been on the march for a long time now," Ryan Burge said.
(RNS) — A common rebuttal to stats showing the loyalty of Trump's base is that these voters are EINOs (Evangelicals in Name Only). A new Pew report tells a different story.
(RNS) — More Catholics are questioning whether they should remain in the church today than did in 2002.
(RNS) — It makes perfect sense that we would curate our religious self-conceptions the same way we silo ourselves on our Facebook and Twitter feeds.
(RNS) — Please, get involved. Vote! But don’t kid yourself that political outcomes will bring you meaning, purpose or salvation.
(RNS) — As religious attachments have waned as a determinant of whom Americans choose to pair with, fandom and team loyalty have taken the place for some, according to a recent online poll.
(RNS) Growing conservative disaffection with Pope Francis appears to be taking a toll on his once Teflon-grade popularity in the U.S.
The notion of America as a mostly white, mostly Christian country is rapidly becoming a fact for the history books.
WWJD? According to a new poll, the iconic question is little more than a slogan on a bracelet for some Americans when it comes to abortion, gay marriage, the death penalty, and other social issues.
Many Americans believe America is more exceptional than other nations. Is this claim true, and if so, should Christians shout it from their star-spangled rooftops?
New data analysis shows a sizable gender gap among Christians on contraception. Sixty percent of Christian women support health care plans that cover contraception or birth control at no cost.
Pastor Doug Wilson says ministers who voted for Obama are unfit, but his comments raise questions about his own ministry.
A new study shows that though the Bible's influence is slipping, the book is still highly influential among Americans.