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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

Factory workers ultimately pay the price for clothing brands seeking cheap and fast manufacturing, a report says. To satisfy consumers wanting cheap clothing, many brands undermine efforts to create safe working conditions. […] Read More

Steve Harmon is associate professor of historical theology at Gardner-Webb University School of Divinity. […] Read More

Money can improve your feelings of well-being and happiness, but only to a point, a Gallup survey suggests. Latin American nations once again filled most of the top 10 rankings for happiest citizens. […] Read More

Ten nations face a high risk of food insecurity during the spring, a U.N. report found. Six of these nations are in Africa. […] Read More

A survey found that many U.S. adults perceive that discrimination against Jews and evangelicals has been increasing. Muslims were the most likely religious group that U.S. adults said experienced discrimination at 82%. […] Read More