People who feel their lives are threatened are more likely to experience miracles
We may be more likely to turn to doctors or the government instead of magic and miracles, but there are uncertainties in modern life which some still address with the supernatural.
Internet use may lessen belief in only one religion
It’s that time of year. The winter solstice (or summer solstice if you’re in the Southern Hemisphere) is a time of religious and spiritual significance for many faiths from animists to monotheists.
How religious identity interacts with workplace
It has been shown that organizations in which there is a mix of religious beliefs—providing they share or develop other commonalities which give them a sense of unity and purpose—are the most innovative and productive.
Religious attendance leads to resilience.
Since it’s Easter a religion-themed study is only appropriate. This very recent one comes from the Journal of Religion and Health, and it looks at the connection between attendance at religious services and resilience. It has implications for all of us.
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