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Study Shows 2 Million U.S. Scientists Identify As Evangelical

Study Shows 2 Million U.S. Scientists Identify As Evangelical
A new NAE-backed initiative wants to see if they can help scientists and evangelicals better understand each other.

84 Percent of U.S. Christians Believe God Gives Second Chances

84 Percent of U.S. Christians Believe God Gives Second Chances
Regret weighs down many Americans. According to a new study from LifeWay Research, almost half feel the weight of a bad choice from their past, even though a vast majority believe God gives second chances.

View on Abortion in U.S.: Regional Differences Grow Wider

View on Abortion in U.S.: Regional Differences Grow Wider
Opinion on abortion in the United States has held mostly steady for the past two decades, but regional differences are widening, according to the Pew Research Center.

Barely Half of Weekly Churchgoers Think Pastors Contribute 'A Lot' to Society

Barely Half of Weekly Churchgoers Think Pastors Contribute 'A Lot' to Society
Fewer than 4 in 10 Americans think clergy contribute "a lot" to society, according to new data from a survey on which professions Americans respect most.

Report: Americans Hold Different Views of What 'Religious' Means

Report: Americans Hold Different Views of What 'Religious' Means
There is a lopsided divide in America about what it means to be a religious person, with a majority believing that it's about acting morally but a strong minority equating it with faith.

Both Sides See Gay Marriage as 'Inevitable'

Both Sides See Gay Marriage as 'Inevitable'
About 72 percent of Americans say legal recognition of same-sex marriage is "inevitable," according to a survey released Thursday.

Survey: People Turn to God After Disaster

Survey: People Turn to God After Disaster
When natural disasters occur, most Americans take increased interest in God and donate to relief agencies. One-third of Americans also believe prayer can avert natural disasters.

In U.S., Record High Say Gay, Lesbian Relations Morally OK

In U.S., Record High Say Gay, Lesbian Relations Morally OK
Americans' views toward a number of moral issues have shifted significantly since 2001. According to a new Gallup poll, Americans' acceptance of gay and lesbian relations has increased the most, up 19 percentage points in the past 12 years to a record high of 59 percent today.

More Americans Now See Homosexuality as Orientation From Birth

More Americans Now See Homosexuality as Orientation From Birth
Currently, 47 percent of Americans view being gay or lesbian as a sexual orientation individuals are born with, while 33 percent instead believe it is due to external factors such as upbringing or environment.