Stories of violence have filled the news cycle of late, making it easy to forget the reality of human kindness. So in the tradition of similar city-rankings, Barna ranks the top 50 most generous cities in America. Where does your city rank?
As the presidential primaries get underway and the election gets into full swing, questions about candidates' religious identity and biblical views are up for debate. Barna Group explores Bible engagement across the United States in the annual “Bible-Minded” cities report for 2016.
Is America, home to the largest Christian population in the world, becoming a “post-Christian” nation? In a recent study, Barna Group analyzed 60,808 interviews conducted over a seven-year period to measure irreligion in American cities.
While most American adults either never plan to move or aren’t sure if they ever will, at some point they decided where to plant their roots. In a recent survey, Barna studied adults’ relationships to their cities and towns asking why people live where they live—and what keeps them living there.
Hollywood has been betting big money that America still loves the Bible. From Noah to Exodus to the forthcoming Last Days in the Desert, a fictional look at Jesus’ temptation in the desert, Scripture has returned to the screen. But what is America’s relationship with the Bible?
Not everyone seems to agree on what, exactly, it means to be generous. Read more: https://t.co/OHIPIrvkiK
"Generational differences on generosity have the potential to alienate Christians from each other. But it doesn't have to be that way." http://bit.ly/2riOq9l
David Kinnaman discusses Barna research on pastors with the Catalyst Podcast: https://t.co/cce9tKZZDG (starts at min 27)
"Where once family members could put a stop to an argument with a cry of ‘no religion or politics at the table!’ the digital world does everything to encourage such debates."