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Lee-Anne Goodman of the Canadian Press offers a helpful observation from the StatsCan National Household Survey results that were released on Wednesday.
Douglas Todd at the “Vancouver Sun” has dug into the National Household Survey looking for the numbers in British Columbia.
Reginald Bibby is a long-time and sympathetic observer of the religious scene in Canada.
Today Statistics Canada released the results of its 2011 National Household Survey. The findings in the area of religion are startling.
It is a glorious Sunday afternoon.
A recent study out of University College London, published in the British Journal of Psychiatry, makes some startling claims about people who identify themselves as spiritual but do not connect to any formal religion.
The thing I find so appealing about this “Questioning ‘My Lack of Faith’” conversation is the honesty, openness, and non-defensiveness of my correspondent.
Thousands of people in church every Sunday, mostly under 40… where could this be?
How failure plays its part
Invitation develops the fruit of the Spirit: patience, courage, persistence.