February 4, 2013
Roundup: Five Stories You Should Have Read Last Week
Due to tech troubles, you may have missed these Gleanings...
The Gleanings blog had some tech troubles last week that kept many posts from initially appearing on the Christianity Today and Gleanings homepages. So, in case you missed any, here are five items you should have read...
African Americans (Not Latinos) Lead Surge in 'Non-Anglo' Southern Baptist Congregations
SBC minority congregations have grown by more than 66 percent since 1998, reports NAMB.
Deaths from Church Attacks Rise 36% in 2012
Carl Chinn says guns were used in nearly 60 percent of all "deadly force incidents" at churches since 1999.
Pro-Life Democrat Loses Defamation Battle with Susan B. Anthony List
Court: People have First Amendment right to "even false speech, when it applies to politics.”
Interracial Dating Decreases with Church Attendance (Except for One Denomination)
Interesting research from the Society for the Scientific Study of Religion.
Top 5 Most Interesting Stats on International Adoptions (Pick Your Own)
New State Department report notes countries where foreign adoptions are the fastest and cheapest, plus which U.S. states adopt the most children.