Global Survey of Evangelical Protestant Leaders
Evangelical Protestant leaders who live in the Global South generally are optimistic about the prospects for evangelicalism in their countries: 71% expect that five years from now the state of evangelicalism in their countries will be better than it is today. But those who live in the Global North expect that the state of evangelicalism in their countries will either stay about the same (21%) or worsen (33%) over the next five years.
Hispanic Protestants Closely Divided Heading Into 2010 Elections; Hispanic Catholics Favor Democrats
Growing Number of Americans Say Obama is a Muslim
Historical Overview of Pentecostalism in Kenya
High Court Rules Against Campus Christian Group
The Pope Meets the Press: Media Coverage of the Clergy Abuse Scandal
Database: Islam and Christianity in Sub-Saharan Africa
A 19-country survey by the Pew Forum reveals that the vast majority of people in many sub-Saharan African nations are deeply committed to Christianity or Islam, and yet many continue to practice elements of traditional African religions.