Index of Perspectives
Note to Michele Bachmann: Choose Your Church Well (07-22-11) PDF
According to some commentators, Michele Bachmann's church may cause her problems
in her campaign for president. Does it really matter what her church teaches about
the Antichrist . . . or the different God-ordained roles for men and women?
Rapture Round Up (06-25-11) PDF
What can we expect following the failed rapture prophecy of Harold Camping? America's
free market religious economy will sort everything out.
Again the Rapture–May 21, 2011 (05-19-11) PDF
Harold Camping is the latest date-setter to predict the rapture on May 21, 2011.
Who is he? What does he teach? What is going to happen if he is wrong?
Dueling Prophecies in the Middle East (03-17-11) PDF
Christians, Jews, and Muslims say they know what is going to happen in the Middle
East, thanks to prophecies that predict the future. How are such prophecies impacting
the politics in the region?
Exodus: Evangelical Young Adults Are Leaving the Churches (03-08-11) PDF
Young adults are leaving the churches and might not be coming back. Why are they
going and what can be done about it?
Religion Matters . . . So Why the Reluctance to Talk About It? (01-19-11) PDF
In a country with freedom of religion, speech, and the press, why is it so hard for
us to talk about religion’s role in modern life? Until we can figure out how to
talk about religion in ways that matter, we’ll remain in a state of denial or ignorance
which is risky for a democracy.
What’s Your Religion IQ? (1-12-11) PDF
America is becoming more religiously diverse. World religions influence our daily
lives yet people know little about them. Learn about the results of the 2010 U.S.
Religious Knowledge Survey and take the survey yourself to assess your own level
Where We Are Now: The Current American Religious Landscape (01-05-11) PDF
In the mid-19th century, nearly three-fourths of the U.S. population was Protestant.
Now, only about 51% of adult Americans call themselves Protestants. The American
religious landscape is changing, and those changes have cultural and political implications.