The Taser's Edge


“What Congregations Are More Political?” by Mark Chaves

Mark Chaves is a Professor of Sociology, Religion, and Divinity at Duke, and he heads up the National Congregations Study.  An article from Duke Faith & Leadership’s Call & Response Blog (yes, that is two things and too many ampersands), “What Congregations Are More Political?“, looks not just at who is politically active, but how different kinds of Christians are politically active in different ways.  This chart may whet your appetite.  It did mine.

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