In today’s buzz, a new 24-hour help line offers free support to those who are considering leaving religion, and CPAC stays mostly mum on same-sex marriage.
In today’s buzz, WP and HuffPo use our newly-released AVA data to show US religious landscape, and Jeb Bush’s new pro-LGBT hires for 2016 campaign.
In today’s buzz, NYT’s columnist Frank Bruni, WP’s Monkey Cage, and PRRI CEO Robert Jones tap into data from the newly released Americans Values Atlas.
In today’s buzz, we launch the American Values Atlas, southern Baptists try to diversify, and an Arkansas “anti-gay” bill becomes law.
In today’s buzz, US’ immigration court system bogged down in delays, and SCOTUS to hear Abercrombie & Fitch religious discrimination case.
In today’s buzz, questions on Obama’s faith, GOP’s new immigration plan, and a dwindling spirituality gender gap.
In today’s buzz, a new study to create a digital sound map of religion, Walmart increases hourly wages, and DC rabbi accused of taping nude women pleads guilty.
In today’s buzz, the interfaith spirit is all around us—the secret jewish history of Mardi Gras, and the answer to why some Muslims are fasting for Lent.
In today’s buzz, S.C. church event combines beer and hymns, and a federal judge in Texas has blocked President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
In today’s buzz, the state with the most megachurches, criticism over a White House religious extremism event, and how 2016 is the year of the Baptist minister.