A new study from Arizona Christian University shows that while most Americans who identify as Christians believe in God, more than half reject some biblical principles and teachings, including the Holy Spirit’s presence. For most Christians, the Holy Spirit is the third divine person of the Trinity. Is it also recognized as God’s power in…

Are America’s top values shifting? Well a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News Survey finds that this may be the case. According to the WSJ, the values that Americans say definite the national character are changing, as younger generations rate patriotism, religion and having children as less important to them than did young people two decades…

Pumpkin spice didn’t rank #1. If fall is your favorite season, you probably look forward to the coolness in the air, the colorful changing of leaves and sweater weather. With fall right around the corner, the Society of Happy People surveyed their members to find out what they loved most about the season. To the…

Most American adults self-identify as Christian, but devout Christians are aware that many of those self-identified Christians do not hold with traditional Christian beliefs or practices. In fact, most Americans hold at least one New Age belief. According to a study by Pew Research, roughly 60 percent of Americans believe in astrology, psychics, reincarnation or the…

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