Prayer is the most common faith practice among American adults, but it’s also one of the most complex. The Bible speaks of numerous kinds of prayers and different traditions emphasize certain kinds over others. Not all Americans think about it in the same way—or even pray to the same deity (if at all). A new study from Barna reveals the diverse prayer habits of American adults.
81% of all U.S adults consider the Bible to be a holy book https://t.co/VSFtmNP5fT
67% of pastors vs. 10% of all Christians strongly disagree that it's okay for members to volunteers for their church instead of giving financially http://bit.ly/2uTpfut
Our research shows 78% of Americans say they either probably or definitely do not live in fear of police brutality https://t.co/vWnzUOw1dz
82% of praying adults most often pray silently and by themselves. Read more: http://bit.ly/2wc64gM
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