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Student Worldview Inventory launched at Arizona Christian Univ. Cultural Research Center

"Starting this academic year, under the direction of veteran researcher Dr. George Barna and the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University, the Student Worldview Inventory  will specifically measure the worldview of students when they start their ACU academic career, as well as at the beginning of each academic year and finally, when they graduate." - ACU

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Psychiatry journal issues major correction to study on trans surgeries effect on mental health

"The authors posted a correction in the journal Saturday, stating that their data 'demonstrated no advantage of surgery in relation to subsequent mood or anxiety disorder-related health care visits or prescriptions or hospitalizations following suicide attempts.'" - CPost

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Study: Americans with Christian nationalist views more likely to flout COVID-19 precautions

According to the study, “Christian nationalism is the leading predictor that one engaged in more frequent incautious behavior related to COVID-19” and the “second strongest predictor that Americans took fewer precautions like wearing a mask or sanitizing/washing one's hands.” - CPost

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Complementarians in favor of women as preachers?

"While CBMW’s Danvers Statement has been and continues to be a touch-point for what defines complementarianism, it is becoming increasingly clear that there are major differences among those who call themselves complementarians on this very question." - CBMW

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New research from the Cultural Research Center: “only 39 percent of Americans today view human life as ‘sacred’”

"More than one-in-three adults (37 percent) say 'life is what you make it, but it has no absolute value,' while a little more than one-in-ten say 'life does not attain its full value until we reach our highest point of evolution and expression.' Another one out of ten adults admitted they did not know how to appraise the value of human life." - TGC

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Polarization study: both sides “feel that the other side dislikes them nearly twice as much as they actually do.”

"The most 'informed' Americans are leading us astray. They’re the individuals most in the grips of the spiritual law outlined in Matthew 7. As they harshly judge the hatefulness of their political opponents, they are receiving the same judgment in return." - David French

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Regular church attendance lowers chances of 'deaths from despair': Harvard study

“… this study suggests that religious service attendance was associated with lower risk of deaths from despair among both men and women, accounting for a wide range of potential confounders (including other aspects of social integration)” - CPost

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