Cathy Lynn Grossman writes for Religion News Service.
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(RNS) Americans of all faiths and viewpoints are gloomy about the economy, anxious about Islam, bothered by immigrants, and mistrustful across racial lines, a new survey finds.
The Christian conference circuit has special appeal to women.
Jews and Muslims alike have dinners and parties organized around their holiday calendar.
And Buddhists and New Agers get heady: more than half of these groups’ sponsored events are classes, seminars, and meditation retreats.
(RNS) Veteran Catholic writer Tom Roberts thought he knew Sister Joan Chittister—the maverick Benedictine nun who dares speak her mind to her church.
(RNS) Most Americans see a conflict between the findings of science and the teachings of religion.
But see is the operative word in a new Pew Research Center report issued Thursday (October 22).
Examining perceptions leads to some unexpected findings.
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