Americans dislike atheists. In fact, there are few groups they dislike more.
Videos of police shootings (again) divide public opinion. Here's how religion shapes views of police.
(RNS) Are there signs of a "Francis effect" among U.S. Catholics? Yes and no, but it's still probably too early to tell.
How do other people in your state view same-sex marriage?
Taking the long view: Feelings toward Protestants, Catholics and Jews have equalized over time.
Atheists may now replace Congress as the least-liked group in American public opinion.
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.
RNS' Sarah Pulliam Bailey and Jonathan Merritt join Ed Stetzer of LifeWay Research and author Trevin Wax to discuss the future of evangelicalism.
Research suggests that Oklahoma's botched execution will accelerate public opposition to the death penalty
A majority of Americans believe in heaven and hell, yet they shy away from discussing the latter. Here's three reasons why.
Pastor Doug Wilson says ministers who voted for Obama are unfit, but his comments raise questions about his own ministry.
Debate erupts over where evangelicals are on immigration reform. Here's what the polling numbers indicate.
The sticking point on immigration continues to be the "pathway to citizenship." Here are four reasons Christians should support it.
A new poll shows religious progressives will soon outnumber religious conservatives in America.
Evangelical leaders are pushing for immigration reform. Here's why the effort is failing to convince some lawmakers.
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