In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad?

In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad?

In US, atheists know religion better than believers. Is that bad? Atheists : A new study shows that many devout Americans know less about religion than do atheists. To some observers, it suggests a shallowness of faith. To others, it is evidence that Americans know the spirit better than the letter of religion. For a highly religious people, Americans have plenty of room to improve their knowledge of religion, according to a new survey that’s stirring debate about the health of faith in America. The US Religious Knowledge Survey, released…

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Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back

Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back

Back Exercises & Strengthen Your Back   The National Institute of Health has estimated that 4 out of 5 Americans suffer from back pain at some time or the other in their lives. Back pain afflicts a person suddenly and without giving any prior symptoms. When affected, one must use their bodyís own healing ability to combat the pain, instead of preferring medicines and strengthen their body through back exercises. Back exercises, such as acupuncture, massage therapy, chiropractic, osteopathic care and certain other physical exercises are safer ways of treating…

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Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary

Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary

Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary The public largely believes that it’s worthwhile to investigate links between Russian government officials and associates of President Donald Trump, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. Americans say by a 17-point margin, 48 percent to 31 percent, that the Trump administration’s relationship with Russia is a legitimate issue. Forty-seven percent say they consider it a serious problem, although just under one-third say it’s very serious. Thirty-seven percent say it’s not very serious or not a problem at all, with another 16…

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Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested

Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested

Pastors views on social issues? Americans not interested Pastors : Clergy and faith leaders gather outside Arch Street United Methodist Church in Philadelphia in support of Richard Taylor and William Gatewood (at top of stairs in doorway) after their wedding. Photo courtesy of Mike DuBose/United Methodist News Service What do pastors think about social or political issues?Americans don’t particularly want to know.Pastors : Only 8 percent of adults say they are interested in hearing pastors’ views on issues such as same-sex marriage, LGBT rights, abortion, guns, tax policy, climate change, drug policy or religious…

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New Research: Americans Holding Less Favorable View of Evangelicals

New Research: Americans Holding Less Favorable View of Evangelicals

New Research: Americans Holding Less Favorable View of Evangelicals A Pew Research Center study found that evangelicals are the only religious groupin the United States that Americans have yet to warm up to in the past few years. According to the survey, feelings toward evangelicals have stayed stable, but Americans have warmed up more to every other faith group this year than they did in 2014. Jews, Buddhists, Catholics, Mormons, and Hindus all jumped in their standings with Americas. Atheists and Muslims improved the largest in the ratings’ “feelings thermometer.”…

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Native Americans Ready To Battle Trump Over Dakota Access Pipeline

Native Americans Ready To Battle Trump Over Dakota Access Pipeline

Native Americans Ready To Battle Trump Over Dakota Access Pipeline “Open your eyes, America, and see that water is in danger in your own backyard,” a Sioux elder says. Native : NEW YORK ― A frigid rain fell hard on Cheryl Angel and her fellow protesters Tuesday, but she would not be moved. The 56-year-old activist and elder of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe braved far worse weather while living for months on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in North Dakota, where she fought to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline from…

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