Gallup: Although the vast majority of U.S. adults have one of these orientations toward the nonphysical world, the 18% who say they are neither religious nor spiritual is twice the proportion Gallup measured when it first asked this question in 1999.
Christianity Today: Eleven evangelical college and universities have announced record enrollment this fall — which is a record for breaking records, as far as anyone in Christian higher education remembers.
The New York Times: Secular companies have invited employees to bring their “whole selves” to work. That increasingly includes their religion.
Religion News Service: Michael Blackwell, who had led the Baptist Children's Homes of North Carolina since 1983, spent tens of thousands of dollars in the past three years on personal expenses and used charitable funds to buy his wife a car, according to a forensic audit.
The Guardian: Colleagues say they knew Hardeep Singh Nijjar could be targeted by India for his role in Canada as a community leader.