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Pew Survey: Six Key Insights into Buddhism in China

Although only 4 percent of Chinese adults formally identify with Buddhism, even though it is China’s largest officially recognized faith, the numbers may be

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Embracing Spirituality Can Enhance Mental Wellbeing According the Gallop Poll

A 10-year Gallup study offers new perspectives on the connection between religion and one’s well-being, providing the latest evidence that a commitment to religious

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Despite The Plummeting Importance of Religion in the Lives of Americans, There Is a Silver Lining, According to Study

The answer to the question, “Is religion the most important thing in your life?” is meeting with an increasingly negative response, according to a

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Survey Reveals More Americans Remain Spiritual Yet Religiously Unaffiliated

The number of individuals in the United States who do not identify with any religious group is on the rise, indicating that they exhibit

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How Opponents of Christian Nationalism are Mobilizing and Uniting Against its Rise

As Christian nationalism continues to gather momentum in the U.S., numerous Christian and secular groups are intensifying their endeavors to counter the ideology and


United Methodist Pastors Are Worried, Sleepless And Overweight

It’s been a rough few years for the United Methodist Church (UMC). Since 2019 over 6200 congregations have departed over church teachings on sexuality.

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Worship Professor, Will Bishop, Asked What Do Smaller Churches Sing On Sundays – Hymns? Top 40? Oldies? – The Answer: Anything Goes

Sing to the Lord a new song – Psalms 96:1 A survey published in 1939 revealed that the most popular song in churches was


Belief In Santa Claus Among Kids Beats Out Belief in God, the Devil, Heaven and Hell Among Adults

As the numbers of those professing membership in an organized religion continue to decline, so too do those who believe in spiritual entities such

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America’s Religious Landscape in the midst of a Continuing Exodus, Devotion of True Believers Remains High

If you live in America, the chances are that not only is religion not the most important thing in your life—84% of you—but additionally,

New Survey Shows Evangelicals are the Least Trusted Religious Group in New Zealand

Study Shows Evangelicals are the Least Trusted Religious Group in New Zealand

World events and recent local events in New Zealand likely affected the outcome A new survey released by the Institute for Governance and Policy