U.S. Not Very Religiously Diverse

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U.S. Not Very Religiously Diverse –With 78.3 percent of the population identifying as Christian (see Pew’s new Religious Diversity Index), the U.S. religion market is pretty concentrated. In fact, most of our diversity comes from the 16.4 percent who say they have no religion.

Sacred and Profane: How Not to Negotiate with Believers

Sacred and Profane: How Not to Negotiate with Believers — This article on the 1993 Branch Davidian disaster in Waco, TX, profiles religious-as-different and the gap between the secular outlook and certain religious persuasions that can lead to complete disconnect and possible tragedy.  The case study is of particular interest in light of today’s same-sex […]

 
 
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