The rise of non-Western Christianity is part of the ebb and flow of the church, says the influential expert on the global movement.
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Americans remain remarkably religious in both belief and practice. However, recent research shows that every indicator of traditional religiosity is either stable or declining -- with none on the rise -- suggesting that American religion has slowly but unmistakably declined in recent decades.
Maybe we get so disgusted with our sports heroes because they are just like us -- unable to live up to expectations.
Americans have vastly different conceptions of the role that God plays in their lives, Baylor University sociologists Paul Froese and Christopher Bader write in their book “America’s Four Gods.” But there is a powerful force for civility at the core of nearly all Americans’ faith life: love.