Neil King Jr.'s latest for The Wall Street Journal, "Evangelical Leader Preaches Pullback from Politics, Culture Wars," explores efforts by the Southern Baptist Convention's Russell Moore to encourage evangelicals to tone down their rhetoric on hot-button social issues.
In this week's Figuring Faith, my blog at the Washington Post, I examine how GOP efforts to excise funding for the 2010 Affordable Care Act from the federal budget may affect the party's long-term success with reaching the growing number of Hispanic voters in the United States.
Pew Research Center’s Survey of Jewish Americans, released just yesterday, provides a wealth of demographic and religious information.
Voice of America's Jerome Socolovsky recently sat down with PRRI CEO Dr. Robert P. Jones to discuss the launch of America's first nontheist PAC.
E.J. Dionne, senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and co-author of the PRRI-Brookings Economic Values Survey, discusses what the survey’s findings may mean for the future of the American political and religious landscapes in his latest op-ed for The Washington Post.
In my latest column for Figuring Faith, my blog at the Washington Post, I explore the obstacles currently facing an organized progressive religious movement.
A new survey shows that American Muslims feel more at ease in contemporary Western pluralistic societies than their co-religionists in other parts of the world.
In this week's column for Figuring Faith, Dr. Robert P. Jones examines the data on Americans' attitudes toward Muslims and immigration reform.
Last month, Dr. Robert P. Jones spoke at Duke University on attitudes toward Muslims in America today. The full lecture is now available online.
Harnessing the religiously unaffiliated, a fast-growing but diverse demographic, may pose a challenge for America’s secular leadership
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