A recently released study contained an error that made it seem as if less than half of all hotels contained Bibles or other religious material.
What will religion look like in the world next year and into the future? New research offers a preview of the world’s near and long-term religious future.
Two-thirds of Americans say it is morally acceptable for terminally ill patients to ask their doctors for help in ending their lives, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.
When Americans count their blessings at Thanksgiving, God will get most of the credit. And money might be the last thing on their minds.
Using a theological definition of evangelicals, American evangelicals are a much more diverse group than much of the post-election polling suggests.
Two-thirds of Protestant pastors say they encourage church members to ask their neighbors to a church-related event like a fall fair or trunk-or-treat.
Americans with evangelical beliefs share a great deal in common. But when it comes to voting, race and political affiliation still divide them, according to a new survey from LifeWay Research.
When it comes to Christian doctrine and the Bible, many evangelicals seem to have only read the CliffsNotes version. But going to church helps attendees know more of the story.
“When it comes to politics, pastors are just as divided as other Americans,” said Scott McConnell, executive director of LifeWay Research.
Americans don’t know much about theology. Most say God wrote the Bible. But they’re not sure everything in it is true.