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  • Poll Reveals the Least Religious Parts of America

    Poll Reveals the Least Religious Parts of America0

    This month, Gallup released the results of their annual poll on religious practice in America.   The most religious state? Mississippi, which has held the crown since 2008. According to the poll, 59% of Mississippi’s residents report being “Very religious,” meaning that “religion is important to them, and they attend religious services weekly or almost weekly.”

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  • The Imitation of Christ: The Most Influential Book After the Bible

    The Imitation of Christ: The Most Influential Book After the Bible0

    If someone asks you to name the all-time bestselling book, you’d most likely answer “The Bible.”   And you’d be right. According to Guinness World Records:   “Although it is impossible to obtain exact figures, there is little doubt that the Bible is the world’s best-selling and most widely distributed book. A survey by the

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  • Why We’re So Bored by the Internet

    Why We’re So Bored by the Internet2

    According to Vladimir Solovyov’s famous story “A Short Tale of the Antichrist,” the final component of the Antichrist’s plan for world domination was to establish universal entertainment:   “So the nations of the world, after they had received from their lord universal peace and universal abolition of hunger, were now given the possibility of never-ending

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  • How Christianity Created Secularism

    How Christianity Created Secularism1

    I’m someone who holds an ongoing interest in the origins of secularism.   It’s a fascinating question to me: How did Christianity grow from a small, persecuted movement in Palestine to become the European cultural phenomenon known as “Christendom”, only to be relegated to an ostensibly marginalized position in modern Western society?   According to

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