June 29, 2011
- Scripps Howard News Service
Scripps: Religion: U.S. evangelicals see secularism as a threat
When evangelical leaders look at the United States of America, they
do not see a country defined by the familiar Gallup Poll statistic
stating that 92 percent of its citizens profess some kind of belief in
June 28, 2011
- Ministry Today
Ministry Today: Global church leaders share concerns
A survey of 2,196 Protestant leaders from around the world
highlighted the concerns shared by Christians in 166 countries and the
divergent outlooks for the church in the Global North (Europe, North
America, Japan, Australia and New Zealand) and the Global South
(sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, Latin America and
most of Asia).
June 24, 2011
- World Magazine
World Magazine: Christless corners
Evangelicals, according to survey research conducted by the Pew
Research Center’s Forum on Religion and Public Life, view secularism as a
greater threat to Christianity than Islam.
June 22, 2011
- The Washington Post
Wash. Post: Global evangelical surprises: women pastors in, prosperity gospel out
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has just released its Global Survey of Evangelical Protestant Leaders.
This study is very important because evangelicalism is changing rapidly
around the world and the consequences of this not only for world
religions, but also world politics, are potentially enormous.
June 22, 2011
- Religion News Service
RNS: Evangelicals see declining influence in U.S.
Are U.S. evangelicals losing their influence on America?
A new poll released Wednesday (June 22) from the Pew Forum on
Religion & Public Life seems to say just that, with the vast majority --
82 percent -- of U.S. evangelical leaders saying their influence on the
country is declining.