Tag : Barna Group
A recent Barna estimate says that the proportion of different segments who voted this election was not the same, and that the influence of religious groups on election results was significant. Church in New York City is growing rapidly, with an increased church attendance and a rise in the number of people professing to be born-again believers, according to various reports. American Bible Society revealed that more than half of practicing Christians in the United States read Bible only rarely. Religious beliefs plays a major role in influencing people’s choice for the next President of the United States, according to a new study by Barna Group.
Majority of Americans Identify as Christians, but Only a Minority Identify as 'Practicing Christians,' According to 'State of the Church' Study
A new Barna research found that while a majority of Christians in America identify as Christians, only a minority are “practicing Christians” who attend the church at least once a month. A new Barna study found that a significant proportion of teens involve themselves in volunteer projects through youth ministries and other church outreach programs.
Barna Study: Women Positively Impacted by Social Media, but Many Report Feeling Negative Emotions of Loneliness and Comparison after Overuse
A new study which sought to examine women’s experience with social media was launched by Barna in collaboration with Proverbs 31 Ministries. It found that women’s excessive interaction with social media added to their feelings of judgement, loneliness, jealousy and comparisons. The American public seems to hold a more positive view on the legalization of recreational marijuana, according to a new Barna Group study. A survey carried out by the group says that about 40 percent of Americans now believe that recreational drugs like marijuana should be legalized, A new Barna study has compiled a list of most generous cities in America, which adds to an earlier list published earlier this year of the most Bible-minded cities, preceded by lists of churchless cities and post-Christian cities released in 2015.
Barna Study: Majority of Americans Think Cohabitation is Good Idea, Opinion Divided Among Religious and Non-Religious Groups
A new research by Barna Institute studied Americans’ perceptions on cohabitation, and its acceptance within different groups. A new Barna Group study says that moral absolutes are being replaced with a confused morality which is not rooted in right or wrong, but swaying with changing norms and perceptions of society. Though 55 percent of the millennials aged between 18 and 30 are likely to be "Bible skeptics," youths who do trust Bible follow it better than older Christians, according to a new study by American Bible Society (ABS) and Barna Group. A majority of Americans say that United States is headed in a wrong direction, but liberals are more likely to think otherwise, according to a new survey by Barna group.
Barna Group Survey, 'The Porn Phenomenon,' Reveals General and Christian Population Attitudes on Pornography
An exclusive and comprehensive survey on pornography in Americans population and in Church reveals a large-scale exposure to porn among masses including in the younger generation.