The Public Religion Research Institute is out with another fascinating report on one of the most significant religious trends of our time: the dramatic rise in disaffiliation, or, as some call them, the “nones.”http://bit.ly/2dwwJtl
The world isn’t ending, but we face a tremendous problem from people who believe it is. The beliefs of many radicals have become increasingly apocalyptic over the past decade. They’re convinced the end of the world is imminent and that they have a special role in bringing it about. Whether or not you’re interested in the apocalypse, terrorists who...
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In a gloomy forecast for organized religion, only seven percent of the ‘nones’ say they are looking for a religion.http://bit.ly/2dmYO66
The author and activist explores the well-intentioned, yet harmful way members of the left prioritize tolerance over reform within Islam.http://bit.ly/2dgHaB7
When I was a college student many years ago, we could look forward to an annual spring ritual: an itinerant evangelical preacher would appear on campus, set up base in an open area near the library and cut loose with some hellfire sermons.http://bit.ly/2deZgDo
Researchers say religion may become extinct in nine nations. A study using census data from nine countries shows that religion there is set for extinction, say researchers. The study found a steady rise in those claiming no religious affiliation. The team’s mathematical model attempts to account for the interplay between the number…http://bit.ly/2dcsTFA