Conservative Theology Helps Increase Church Attendance, Study Finds

Protestant churches that practice conservative theology are growing faster than those that embrace liberalism, an academic study has found. The Canadian research found that congregations at growing churches tend to read the bible more regularly, believe in the literal truth

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Study: Christianity, Islam Booming Among Youth in Communist China

A new survey published in Chinese state-run newspaper, the Global Times, finds young Chinese nationals increasingly attracted to religion, with Islam the most popular religion among people under 30 and Protestantism the religion with the largest number of places of worship in the country.

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Scalia in Gay Marriage Ruling Dissent: Where Are the Protestants?

In all the Sturm und Drang following last Friday’s landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision that discovered a right to same-sex marriage in the American Constitution, a fascinating and disturbing observation by Justice Antonin Scalia was largely overlooked: U.S. Protestants had no say whatsoever in the new social order enacted by the Court.

Pope Francis sends out strong climate change warning, urges environmental policy

Pope Expresses Regret for Execution of Christian Reformer Jan Hus

This week Pope Francis received delegates of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church and the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren, who came to Rome to celebrate a “Liturgy of Reconciliation” on the occasion of the six hundredth anniversary of the burning at

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America’s New Anthem: ‘Losing My Religion,’ Says Pew Report

Known for being one of the more religious countries in the world, especially in comparison with old world Europe, the United States has experienced an alarming dip in religiosity in the past seven years, according to a new study by the Pew Research Center.