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In a Dec. 9 letter, faith leaders urged candidates for US president in 2020 to reduce U.S. military spending, redirecting those funds to alleviate poverty and hunger, improve education and protect the environment. […] Read More

Surveying young adults from more than two dozen nations, a Barna Group report said people of faith are more likely to be inspired by their beliefs to help those in need and to work for justice in society. […] Read More

This year, your donation to EthicsDaily.com on Giving Tuesday (Dec. 3) will not only help us continue our work, but also will support the work of our partner, Fellowship Southwest, a regional network launched in 2017. […] Read More

Non-Christians in the US are more likely than the national average to have a negative perception of evangelicals, describing them most frequently as narrow-minded, homophobic and puritanical, a Barna report found. […] Read More

Is the moral example or the policy positions of a US president more important? A recent Gallup survey found the answer depends on which party is in power. […] Read More

More than three-quarters of US adults say houses of faith should not support political candidates and nearly two-thirds agree they ‘should keep out of political matters,’ a new report found. […] Read More

Anti-Jewish bias continues to account for most religious-bias hate crimes in the US, according to an analysis of FBI data. Of the single-bias incidents involving religious bias, nearly six out of 10 were anti-Jewish. […] Read More

In a reversal from 15 years ago, more US adults from 18 to 44 years old have lived together than have been married, with 59% reporting cohabitation and 50% reporting marriage at some point, a report found. […] Read More

Young adults who are engaged in church are more likely to say they are optimistic about the future, secure in who they are, able to accomplish their goals and have someone who believes in them, a Barna report says. […] Read More

A majority of children in low- and middle-income nations are experiencing ‘learning poverty,’ a report said. Around 53% of children in these nations, and up to 80% of children in the poorest nations, are learning poor. […] Read More