It is often reported that religion is good for 'well-being'. This report evaluates the evidence from nearly 140 academic studies.
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Religion in the Media
A daily roundup of media stories about religion.
Pope Francis will headline a 6 day event known as "Glastonbury with God"
A DNC staffer has apologised after suggesting to use Bernie Sanders’ religious beliefs against him.
Why are people leaving the Church of the Latter Day Saints?
Irish Christians, Muslims and atheists have united to promote separation of church and state in education - ChristianHeadlines
Cross-party committee says there is no need for a new law, adding that proposals are alarmingly vague - Guardian
Center calls decision to remove center from approved sites discriminatory; voters said they would be ‘uncomfortable’ - Guardian
Former House speaker makes comments in response to terrorist attack in Nice, France - Guardian
Team discovers Latin inscriptions and Christograms next to spiritual iconography by indigenous peoples - Guardian
Tucked away in the rolling grasslands of north-western North Dakota is a tiny mosque... - Guardian
White evangelicals in key voting bloc support Trump even more than they did Mitt Romney in 2012 - Guardian
Theresa May professes a Christian faith; how do her views stack up against those of her new Cabinet? - ChristianToday
'Children of the clergy are special people; at long last, one of our own is back at 10 Downing Street' - Evening Standard
Voting irregularities emerge after resolution in favour of gay marriage defeated by single vote at general synod - Guardian
More personalities are lending their voices to condemn the persecution of Christians in the Middle East - Christian Today
Senator David Perdue, a Republican from Georgia revived thesd Biblical quip, popular among evangelical right-wingers - Economist