I’ve written about the state of spirituality and Christianity in Canada before (click here), but Reginald Bibby has just released a fresh analysis called “A…View More Religious Resilience in Canada
Religion is dead. According to many pollsters and casual observers of culture, the death of religion is not only a possibility, it is actually an…View More Who Killed Religion?
Could religion be headed for extinction or is something else taking its place? In a recent study presented at a meeting of the American Physical…View More The Extinction of Religion
If you are an online educator, you probably have a love-hate relationship with Wikipedia. Regardless of your own opinion of the academic value of the…View More The State of Wikipedia
For those of you who are interested in the trends of the Christian thinking and action in the United States, the following survey summary will…View More Megathemes in the Church
Just released – The 2010 Sloan Survey of Online Learning reveals that enrollment rose by almost one million students from a year earlier. The survey…View More Online Education Grows by Almost a Million Students (in the US)
Have you ever wanted to know how many people use the Internet, what they use it for, etc? Well, in less that four minutes, you…View More The Internet by the Numbers
The 2009 Sloan Survey of Online Learning reveals that enrollment rose by nearly 17 percent from a year earlier. The survey of more than 2,500…View More New Study: Online Education up 17% to 4.6 Million
I am doing some research about how and when God spoke to people in the Old Testament. It has been facinating on number of levels,…View More “Thus saith the Lord” – when, where?
The third American Religious Identification Survey has just been released, and it shows some interesting trends. In terms of percentage, overall self-identification as “Christian” has…View More How Many Americans are Christians?