Lauren Markoe writes for Religion News Service.
Religion is big bucks, contributing $1.2 trillion annually to the U.S. economy, according to the first comprehensive study to tabulate such a figure.
They are unlike any other group of Jews in the world, and they are growing in what may seem an unlikely place: a remote collection of villages in eastern Uganda.
Siavosh Derakhti, 25, a Swedish Muslim honored in Europe and the United States for his campaign to counter anti-Semitism, explains his motivation by invoking David.
Top-notch preaching is what attracts most people looking for a new place to pray.
That’s the conclusion of a recently released Pew Research Center study, which asked 5,000 people about their search for a new church or other house of worship.
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