After Technopoly - Alan Jacobs, The New Atlantis https://t.co/pnumFbJEPO @tnajournal
Breaking Evangelicalism’s Silence on IVF https://t.co/X8tNV8Nx6t @mattleeanderson @andrewtwalk @TGC
Churches Burning Everywhere https://t.co/A9SOAI6Vad @profyancey
No, Non-Believers Are Not Increasing In America https://t.co/GNMbR8EKUr @FDRLST
Are Christians Privileged or Persecuted? https://t.co/5FmIor5jUI @DouthatNYT
Indonesian Presidential Election Win for Jokowi Is Good News https://t.co/tnkshWP5VR via @ProvMagazine @drpaulmarshall
As the Sri Lanka attacks show, Christians worldwide face serious persecution | Giles Fraser https://t.co/NAjsiWDQUi @giles_fraser
Diplomacy and Persecution in #China https://t.co/EMo0Voaj2J Tom Farr, @firstthingsmag
Easter attacks on churches in Sri Lanka are tragic, but hardly surprising https://t.co/hPqXsuP2YJ @JohnLAllenJr via… https://t.co/GEhLJwjwW0
Profiles in Goodwill: Beth Allison Barr https://t.co/hZVUmwwVOL @bethallisonbarr @EthicsDaily

Special Research Reports

“American Values, Mental Health, and Using Technology in the Age of Trump” presents preliminary results from The Baylor Religion Survey Wave V, a random sample of 1,501 adults, which was administered by the Gallup Organization in the spring of 2017, during the first months of Trump’s Presidency. We focus on four key areas of interest: 1) the religious, political, and ideological values of Trump voters, 2) mental health and religion in American today, 3) the intersection of technology and religion, and 4) the geography of religion.
 ISR_Amachi_FINAL-coverMentoring Children of Prisoners: A Randomized Controlled Trial Study of Amachi Texas   Baylor Institute for Studies of Religion Special Report
The Amachi story provides compelling evidence that churches and faith-motivated volunteers can partner with secular organizations like BBBS and P/PV to achieve scale in addressing one of the most pressing problems of our time. Launched in 2000, and in less than a decade, Amachi has been the driving force behind a national movement to mentor a previously overlooked population — children of prisoners. 2014 by Byron R. Johnson
American Piety CoverBaylor Survey Wave 1 2005 (Released 2006)American Piety in the 21st Century: New Insights to the Depth and Complexity of Religion in the US
With funding from the Templeton Foundation, The Baylor Religion Survey is the most extensive and sensitive study of religion ever conducted, linking up with the pioneering surveys conducted by Rodney Stark and Charles Y. Glock in the 1960s. With the Baylor Religion Survey, we were able to dig deeper into American religious attitudes, behaviors and beliefs than previously possible.

Preliminary findings related to the measurement of religion, the nature of religious belief, the relationship between religion and moral and political attitudes, and religious spending habits were released in Wave 1 at the National Press Club on September 11, 2006, in this research report.
Not By Faith or Government Alone: Rethinking the Role of Faith-Based Organizations

in addressing various social ills,including homelessness, crime, addiction, disaster relief, prisoner reentry, and even HIV/AIDS in Africa.Short essays on the Faith-Based and Community Initiative. “I really appreciate the efforts of Byron Johnson and Rodney Stark in making ISR the most interesting sphere for thought on these topics in the country.”
Karl Zinsmeister
, Former Director of Domestic Policy    Council The White House