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It's a myth that baby boomers have a stronger work ethic than later generations

There is no truth to the popular belief that members of the so-called baby boomer generation have a greater work ethic than people born a decade or ... 21st century is often ascribed to the so-called ... read more

How “Gratitude” Underwrites Inequality, Power and Exclusion

I was recently reading Kate Bowler’s Blessed: A History of the American Prosperity Gospel, and she does a nice job of tracing how the Protestant ethic and this ... churns out a steady stream of books ... read more

Faith and values: The pulpit as social-media catalyst for good

Long before many American preachers succumbed to the false conviction that the pulpit is no place for politics; long before some preachers traded in the radical, prophetic, and world-changing Gospel o... read more

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Out of the closet: Easing the backlash against same-sex couples in advertising

Protestant work ethic is the belief that hard work will lead to success, and that leisure time and hedonism are morally wrong. This belief is popular among conservatives. We conducted three experiment... read more


An Autopsy: Why Liberalism Failed

This little survey, which could be easily extended, leads to an obvious question: what about the fate of liberalism in its own civilizational core, the once Protestant and Catholic ... But Britain’s p... read more

Most Americans Believe in Guardian Angels

The survey polled 1,700 respondents of diverse religious faiths: evangelical Protestants, black Protestants ... who holds degrees in both psychology and divinity, believes in angels. "A lot of times w... read more

Double, Double, Toil and Trouble

Protestant theology, electromagnetic science and even Tarot cards and popular songs. Unfortunately, Updike seems to know very little about the psychology, concerns and behavior of older women. Age has ... read more

Isaac Watts

Though German Lutherans had been singing hymns for 100 years, John Calvin had urged his followers to sing only metrical psalms; English Protestants had followed ... what would become some of the most ... read more

UW Professor: Many Religious People View Science Favorably, But Reject Certain Scientific Theories

O’Brien is a UW graduate, receiving sociology and psychology degrees in 2005 ... The study considers people who self-identified as Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and followers of other faiths, and also ... read more

How a group of California nuns challenged the Catholic Church

They welcomed female speakers such as social activist Dorothy Day to campus as well as Protestant, Jewish and even Hindu religious ... priests faced the people and popular music was welcomed into Mass ... read more

Tiger Mom: Some cultural groups are superior

All of the groups profiled by Chua and Rubenfeld are done so only as American immigrants, with the exceptions of Mormons and Jews, who are superior to Catholics, Protestants ... of contemporary popula... read more

Comments on Tensions in American Buddhism

Buddhist ideas appear in New Age religions, psychology, medicine, and even sports and business. Buddhist values are cited in social movements for feminism, peace, ecology, and animal rights. Buddhist ... read more



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