Americans Say They Prefer To Live in Communities With Religious Diversity
A recent survey by the Pew Research Center's Social and Demographic Trends project finds that 59% of Americans say they would rather live in a community where there are many people with different religions, while 25% say they would prefer to live mainly among people who are the same religion as they are. Read the report (PDF) at pewsocialtrends.org »
Feb. 13 - The Associated Press
Churches Nationwide To Talk About Whether Creation, Evolution Can Co-Exist
The Associated Press cites Pew Forum data from 2006 showing that 63% of Americans believe that humans and other living things have either always existed in their present form or have evolved over time under the guidance of a supreme being.
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