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April 22, 2022   •   

University in India Publishes Pioneering Multilingual Dictionary of Buddhist Terms

Translated from ancient Pali in a single multilingual lexicon for the first time

September 18, 2018   •   

Religious Young Adults Less Likely to Engage in Drugs and Risky Behavior

American Journal of Epidemiology study finds those who attend religious service are more likely to live ethical lives.

July 18, 2018   •   

British Students Make a Case for Studying Religion in School

In a debate at the Palace of Westminster, an overwhelming majority of students voted against the motion to cease offering Religious Education in UK schools.

May 2, 2018   •   

20% of Baby Boomers Have Become More Religious After 65

A study published in the Journal of Population Aging investigated the correlates of change in religiosity among baby boomers as they aged from their 50s to their 60s.

April 25, 2018   •   

90 Percent of Americans Believe in a Higher Power

A new Pew Research Center survey on the religious beliefs of Americans looks into what people mean when they say they believe in God.

April 24, 2018   •   

New Book on Anatheism Presented to Religious Leaders and Scholars

The book Contemporary Anatheism was presented at a conference April 19 in the Sala Viglione of Palazzo Lascaris. Anatheism is a term describing the middle ground between atheism and being an unconditional belief.

March 8, 2018   •   

Divinity School Scholars Study for Religious Freedom in Africa

Yale Divinity School scholars have created the Project on Religious Freedom & Society in Africa, part of the school’s World Christianity Initiative (WCI)—an interdisciplinary study of the impact of religion on democratization and social empowerment.