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Poll: What Is Your Current Religion?

A 2005 poll, conducted by Newsweek and Beliefnet, asked: "What is your current religion?"

Evangelical Protestant—33 percent Non-Evangelical Protestant—25 ...

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Agnostic Parents Send Child to Bible School

Author Stephen Dunn reported the reaction of two agnostic parents struggling with whether to send their little girl to the local vacation Bible school. ...

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Conversion Story of Author Frederica Mathewes-Greene

Author Frederica Mathewes-Greene said:

When I was around eight or nine, I went through a spurt of having very strong faith. My parents didn't think ...

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Seeking to Prove God's Existence

Author and neurologist Oliver Sacks writes of his religious experience:

There had been some religious feeling, of a childish sort, in the years before ...

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Larry King Respects Believers

In World magazine, interviewer Larry King said:

I can't make that leap that a lot of people around me have made into belief that there's some judge ...

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Skeptic Convinced of Christ

"After six years given to the impartial investigation of Christianity as to its truth or falsity, I have come to the deliberate conclusion that Jesus ...

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Agnostic Recoils from Worship

Wendy Kaminer, an avowed agnostic who has authored five books, including, Sleeping with Extra-Terrestrials: The Rise of Irrationalism and Perils of Piety, ...

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Irreverent God Talk

You are free in our time to say that God does not exist; you are free to say that He exists and is evil; you are free to say ... that He would like to ...

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Ethical Absurdity

The initial act of eliminating our Creator God from our thinking is so immoral and unethical in itself as to render the following concern with ethical ...

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Taking the Word to Others

In the 1930s in Stavropol, Russia, Stalin ordered that all Bibles be confiscated and Christian believers be sent to prison camps. Ironically, most of ...

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