US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

US Parents, Teens Tend to Affirm Same Faith, Practice

Teens in the U.S. tend to self-identify with the same faith tradition and practice many of the same faith expressions as their parents, according to a Pew Research Center report published Sept. 10. For example, 86% of teens of religiously unaffiliated parents...
Sharp Drop in Affirmation of Civil Rights Progress

Sharp Drop in Affirmation of Civil Rights Progress

A sharp drop in U.S. adults who see progress in civil rights for Black Americans has taken place in the past four years, according to a Gallup report published Sept. 9. Respondents were asked to answer the following question: “Thinking back over your lifetime, how do...
Pandemic Hasn’t Increased US Bible Engagement

Pandemic Hasn’t Increased US Bible Engagement

Bible disengagement remained static in 2020, according to the 10th annual State of the Bible report, published jointly on Aug. 13 by the American Bible Society (ABS) and the Barna Group. The report found no increase in Bible engagement resulting from the COVID-19...