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More than six out of 10 U.S. adults support legalization of same-sex marriage, a report said. Groups that didn’t offer majority support were Republicans, older adults and evangelical Protestants. […] Read More

A million animal and plant species are now at risk of extinction, representing about one-fourth of the world’s plants and animals, a soon-to-be-released report says. […] Read More

Aidsand F. Wright-Riggins is a minister and public servant seeking to practice radical hospitality at home and in the world. […] Read More

Continuing a multiyear trend, the U.S. prison population declined again in 2017, with nearly 1.5 million in prison, or a drop of 1.2%, the Bureau of Justice Statistics reported. […] Read More

As a nation’s wealth increased, the percentage of adult citizens who pray daily decreased, a Pew analysis found. The U.S. was an exception, with one of the highest grossing GDPs and an above average level of prayer. […] Read More

When Christian teens in the U.S. need guidance, advice or spiritual conversation, they seek out one person more than all others, a study found. Their moms. […] Read More

Doug Weaver is the director of undergraduate studies and professor of Baptist studies in the Department of Religion at Baylor University. […] Read More

A “flood” of plastic is creating untold environmental costs and overrunning poorer nations. A new report reveals that the global recycling trade isn’t as environmentally friendly as it seems and often harms poorer nations. […] Read More

U.S. Protestants are faithful in praying for opportunities to share their faith but are less inclined to actually do so, a report found. More than half have not shared their faith with anyone in the past six months. […] Read More

State repression of religious freedom is often enacted under the guise of maintaining “public order” or “national security” concerns or both. A new report cited 28 nations for restrictions they placed on religious freedom. […] Read More