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Meet Your Interfaith Neighbors

This Faith Communities Today (FACT) study compares the responses of more than 14,000 pastors, rabbis, imams and other key informants to questions about their congregations. The study shows that each faith community offers nurturing and affirmation of members and proclaims its commitment to peace in the human family. At the same time, each group has its own boundaries and truth claims that make dialogue difficult. This analysis is intended to help clarify the unique character of each community without making positive or negative evaluations. Explore the similarities and differences among seven religious bodies in the United States by reading or downloading this PDF-formatted 17-page document. You may also order printed booklet copies on this and other topics from the FACT 2000 and 2005 studies.

 

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2018 National Congregations Study in Process

  Mark Chaves, Professor of Sociology, Religious Studies, and Divinity & Director, National Congregations...

Silence is Not An Option

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