Rise of the tiny church, with its no-cost clergyperson
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Here's your weekend think piece: RNS does some complex Baptist math
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Pew news: You don't have to be religious to be Jewish
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In Catholic schools: Demographics is destiny, so is doctrine
family life? In short: Where are the children? Again, demographics is destiny and so is doctrine. At some statement: "Demographics is destiny and so is doctrine." One of the other stories mentioned was this demographics down to this statement: "Demographics is destiny and so is doctrine." One of the other stories In Catholic schools: Demographics is destiny, so is doctrine
Episcopal land wars in Maryland: So is this waterfront property war story truly doctrine-free or not?
/or babies. The issue, of course, is whether the Sun editors know about this demographics-is-destiny finances, converts, babies and demographics? How many other little churches are threatened and how much demographics into a deep discussion -- yes, demographics and doctrine often mix -- about why so many of these
Happy couple has 100 grandkids: Can you (as opposed to AP) spot the religion ghost?
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Italy's trend away from church weddings: That might connect to stories close to home
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Saith The Economist: The Church of England is (all together now) not dead yet
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Haunted demographics: Cells and church towers
Haunted demographics: Cells and church towers
Churches into condos: Great story, but where did the people in the pews go?
demographics that affect many fading Catholic parishes. Demographics is destiny? Ditto for doctrine. You see demographics
So, who’s training tomorrow’s 'mainline' Protestant pastors?
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'Twas the church that faded first, the flock inside the crumbling Christmas church
said in a 2014 post about closing Catholic schools, "Demographics is destiny and so is doctrine." Some demographics
People moving around less; Baptist News Global asks what that means for today's churches
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Your weekend think piece: The Spectator does math, attempts Anglican time travel
Think of them as the three laws of spiritual physics when it comes to the demographics of faith in service and evangelism. As we like to say here at GetReligion: Demographics is destiny, and so demographics
Sing it! Going to the 'chapel' (maybe) and we're gonna get married (on our terms)
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Jewish & Christian? Weekend think piece I would have posted, except I was driving on mountain roads
on Jewish demographics. Then, in the early 1980s, I moved to Denver and ended up covering story demographics
Poignant think piece: Demographics are destiny in many dying Jewish communities
crisis is taking place in all kinds of sanctuaries in which the demographics, and the doctrines, are destiny. Poignant think piece: Demographics are destiny in many dying Jewish communities demographics
This just in: Babies are statements of faith
What a surprise. It turns out that demographics do matter. What a surprise. It turns out that demographics do matter. What a surprise: It seems that there is doctrine and practice. Who would have thunk it? Now, why is this happening? If demographics are
Yo, demographics: About that solid New York Times advance story on church closings
Yo, demographics: About that solid New York Times advance story on church closings demographics , "Demographics is destiny, so is doctrine." The driving factors behind New York’s consolidations remain
Your weekend think piece: Rumors that 'white' Christianity is dead may be off a bit
interested in global and national trends linked to Christian life and demographics -- that of historian demographics
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