Migration more worrying than climate change for Europeans: survey

posted in: European Union, News

While climate change is growing in the public conscience, migration is still the major issue for more EU citizens, according to the results of the European Commission’s biannual Eurobarometer public opinion survey. Migration remains the top concern across the European … Read More

Poll: Church Membership in U.S. Plummets Over Past 20 Years

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‘Increasingly, Americans associate religion with the Republican Party — and if they are not Republicans themselves, they turn away from religion,’ said a political science professor. FILE: An evangelical prays during a Mass at a church Ramon Espinosa, AP *Trump … Read More

Is America becoming Godless? The number of people who have no religion has risen 266 per cent – one third of the population – in three decades

posted in: News, United States

People with no religion accounted for 23.1% of the U.S. population in 2018 By comparison, Catholics make up 23% and Evangelicals account for 22.5% The three are now statistically tied as the largest religious groups in America Meanwhile, mainline Protestant … Read More

Once a majority, Protestants now account for fewer than a third of Germans

posted in: Germany, News

German churchgoers attend a service marking the anniversary of the beginning of the Protestant Reformation. (Sean Gallup/Getty Images) Germany is the birthplace of Martin Luther and the Protestant Reformation, but since the middle of the 20th century, the country has … Read More

‘We Can’t Wait to Pray!’ Movement to Intercede for Candidates and Government Leaders Grows in US

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WASHINGTON – Scripture calls us to pray for our leaders, and with the midterm elections almost here, Christians across the country are gathering by the numbers to do just that. CBN News spoke with several groups to get a feel for … Read More

Virginia Couple Threatened With Eviction for Hosting Bible Study Fight Back

A woman reads from the Book of Joshua during the 27th Annual U.S. Capitol Bible Reading Marathon in Washington, May 2, 2016. A couple threatened with eviction from their Virginia-based senior living community for hosting a Bible study have gotten … Read More

6 facts about Catholic and Protestant influence in Germany

posted in: Germany, News

How Christian is Germany? Judging by a sharp decline in church attendance, not very. But a look at tax revenue, board memberships and land holdings suggest that its two biggest churches still have a wealth of influence. Barbara Sukowa (left) … Read More