Category Archives: Surveys

Recent surveys that may be of interest for faith scholarship.

New Survey Resources

Recent survey data and resources on the church are re-posted from The Association of American Religion Data Archives (thearda.com) and ReligionInsights.org. . The 2006 American Religion and Ethnicity, 1st Wave Here is the data file for the first wave of … Continue reading

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Rounding up recent religious news – July 2012.

Black Women are among the country’s most religious groups. An article which appeared in the Washington Post on July 6th and funded in part by the Kaiser Family Foundation, says that as a group, Black women are among the most … Continue reading

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Survey Resources

I had the opportunity to guest lecture in our Doctor of Ministry program last week and we spent some time discussing sources of religious survey data. One of the resources that I thought others might be interested in, are the … Continue reading

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Religious Faith of Medical Practitioners Influences End of Life Care

The British Journal of Medical Ethics has published a study by Dr. Clive Seale, a professor in the Centre for Health Sciences at Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London, which includes data … Continue reading

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CCCU Study on Adult Learners and Spiritual Formation

The Council for Christian Colleges and Universities (CCCU) released information this week on a study at the CCCU Center for Research on Adult Learning at Indiana Wesleyan University which includes survey data from three member institutions. The study looks at adult students … Continue reading

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