From the V.O. Faith and Science Pages: Pew Research Center: How highly religious Americans view evolution depends on how they’re asked about it

Today’s featured entry from the Vatican Observatory Faith and Science pages:

“Pew Research Center: How highly religious Americans view evolution depends on how they’re asked about it” (click here for it)

A brief discussion from the Pew Research Center on the extent to which the responses of white evangelical Protestants and black Protestants to questions about evolution depends on the way that the questions are framed. click here to continue


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