The New York Times’ Charles M. Blow heavily quotes a recent PRRI post on Iowan Republicans tendency to be more socially conservative than the rest of the country—and the challenges that poises for 2016 GOP candidates.
In today’s buzz, in the US, Catholics more supportive of gay rights than country overall, and new program changes all “millennials” mentions to “snake people.”
The New York Times’ Frank Bruni uses AVA findings to show that American Catholics are more progressive than many believe them to be.
In today’s buzz, Americans attitudes toward the reality of climate change, and Catholics are “soul-searching” after Ireland legalizes same-sex marriage.
In today’s buzz, why Facebook is Catholic and Twitter is Protestant, and why the saying “nice guys finish last” may actually be true.
In today’s buzz, results of a widely cited study on attitudes toward gay marriage may have been faked, and some say Christianity isn’t declining, just changing.
In today’s buzz, how religion helped form the liberal tradition, and how more apps equal more distraction, even behind the wheel.
In today’s buzz, Asian American groups file federal complaint against Harvard, and why millennials are delaying marriage.
In today’s buzz, B.B. King’s complicated relationship with Christianity, and a graphic that shows how your hometown affects your chances of marriage.
In today’s buzz, Gov. Scott Walker hopes to convince conservative Christians his views align with theirs, and Wegman’s is set to open in Brooklyn in 2017.