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The Barna Group encounters another group who don’t attend church

The conservative research and polling group, Barna, have encountered a separate group of folks in the US who do not attend church. There is a group out there in the US who have religious beliefs and aren’t affiliating with churches. They believe in God and practice their faith on their own, apart from the Church.

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American Bible Society commissions the 2016 Teen State of the Bible

The American Bible Society hired the Barna Group, a conservative research & polling organization, to examine “teens’ perceptions of the Bible, the role they believe it should play in American public life and their level of personal engagement with it.” The published research is the 2016 Teen State of the Bible.

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Survey Round-up

Take a look at surveys recently released by the Public Religion Research Institute about the War on Christmas and then by the Barna Group on how folks personally define marriage.

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