Evangelical churches have higher percentage of 'practicing Christians' than mainline denominations, new poll finds

A new survey reveals that evangelicals account for a higher share of practicing Christians than their mainline counterparts. The American Bible Society released the seventh chapter of its 11th annual State of the Bible report titled “The Bible in the American Church.” A practicing Christian is defined as one who “identifies as a Christian, attends a religious service at least once a month, and strongly agrees their faith is very important in their lives.”

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Equinix ignoring concerns of religious investors by promoting Equality Act: Inspire Investing CEO

Equinix has been accused of ignoring the concerns of religious employees and investors regarding the prominent internet data company's support for the Equality Act, legislation that seeks to codify discrimination protections for the LGBT community into federal law. 

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