The Pew survey of December 2021 under the magnifying glass.
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Christians close to falling below 50pc in England
As in other industrialised countries, Great Britain is feeling the loss in its churches after the first year of CoViD isolations and lockdown.
Guyana and religious mandates
The Ministry of Education recently responded to the concerns expressed by Swami Aksharananda regarding the matter of Christian-themed prayers recited at an organised event hosted by the Ministry of Education. In their response, the Ministry assured the Swami that no religion was favoured by the use of a universal prayer, reaffirming the belief that “noContinue reading “Guyana and religious mandates”
The 17th annual White Privilege Conference a militantly Christophobic conference held in Philadelphia
A simplified chart of historical developments of major groups within Christianity. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) From April 15 to 17 the 17th annual White Privilege Conference was held in Philadelphia. Activist and author Paul Kivel identified three particularly severe problems in the modern world that are caused or worsened by Christianity. I could agree with hisContinue reading “The 17th annual White Privilege Conference a militantly Christophobic conference held in Philadelphia”
Capitalism and economic policy and Christian survey
Thursday last week the Public Religion Research Institute and the Brookings Institution released a new survey on the intersections of religion, values, and attitudes toward capitalism, government, and economic policy. On July 18, the religion, policy and politics project at Brookings co-hosted an event with the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) to release the new survey and accompanying report co-authored by Brookings Senior Fellows E.J.Continue reading “Capitalism and economic policy and Christian survey”