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  • The world's fastest-growing religion is ...

    04/04/2015 5:25:12 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 21 replies
    CNN ^ | 04/04/2015 | Daniel Burke
    If tech futurists are to be believed, by the year 2050, robots will do many of our errands and drive our cars. If a new study on religious trends is to be believed, many of those robot-controlled cars will stop and park at mosques and churches. Yes, despite predictions that religion will go the way of dinosaurs, the size of almost every major faith -- sorry, Buddhists -- will increase in the next 40 years, according to a study released Thursday by the Pew Research Center. The biggest winners, Pew predicts, will be Islam and Christianity. Islam, the world's fastest-growing...
  • Pew study: 2 million dead Americans on active voter rolls

    02/14/2012 10:58:19 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 19 replies
    The Hill ^ | 02/14/2012 | Josh Lederman
    Nearly 2 million dead Americans are still on active voter registries, and 1 in every 8 registrations in the United States is invalid or has major inaccuracies, according to a new study. Research released Tuesday by the Pew Center on the States shows that the country is spending more on voter registration while getting worse results than other nations such as Canada. The study points to antiquated systems that don’t reflect modern technology and fail to address the biggest obstacles to maintaining accurate, up-to-date voter-registry databases. Almost 3 million Americans are actively registered to vote in multiple states, while about...
  • Yeah, I’m a Christian. I believe in God.

    09/30/2010 7:37:53 PM PDT · by Wading Across · 5 replies
    Wading Across Blog ^ | 8-30-10 | Wading Across
    Let me point out that I do believe and profess both statements; however, the latter does not fully nor accurately define the former. The sad reality is that many, if not most people in the United States (and probably globally – more so in the West) believe that a belief in God simply and wholly defines what and who a Christian is. I believe it is not only a condemnation of those who state this – of their ignorance or laziness – but of the Church as a whole, in our ignorance and laziness. A partial explanation of it is...