Recent research sheds light on why so many supporters are making excuses for Roy Moore.
The decline in religiosity in the U.S. is accompanied by a rise in Internet access. But the factors determining faith are far more complicated than a Wi-Fi connection.
Two economists find an association between the percentage of non-believers in a state and the most productive sort of entrepreneurial activity.
A survey of World War II veterans finds combat experience can either increase, or decrease, religious participation. It depends on whether vets found their wartime experiences positive or negative.
New research finds exposure to Christian ideas—or even standing in the shadow of a cathedral—nudges people in the direction of black-and-white thinking.