Bad News – Good News

A recent Rasmussen national telephone survey asked  1,000 Americans across the country about whether they observed the religious aspects of Easter (e.g., going to Church), as well as the secular aspect of Easter (Easter egg hunt).  Three of the seven questions related to the story of Jesus – whether they believed Jesus was real, whether he

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Atheism On the Rise Globally

It is difficult to find statistics on the prevalence of atheism around the globe.  So it was refreshing to find a recent poll that was conducted by WIN-Gallup International that asked  more than 50,000 people in 57 countries (representing 73% of the World’s population) whether they were religious or not. The sample size ranged from a

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