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By Robert N. Tracci
Congress must use its appropriations power to secure the border
Topic - Barna Group
"Legalize It? A majority of Christians say no to recreational pot," reports the Barna Group, an independent research organization that also polled opinions on the moral aspect of weed, its legalization and the burgeoning new lifestyle that is emerging in some states where laws have been relaxed..
Extreme poverty has decreased by almost half in the last three decades, but most Americans are unaware or unconvinced.
More Americans are doubting the infallibility of the Bible, treating it as a guidebook rather than the actual words of God.
A new finding from a research firm that focuses on faith issues says that two-fifths of Americans believe we're at the end times, living out Revelation biblical principles.
Catholics have become so mainstream in America that, according to a poll, they are indistinguishable from the general population.