Is there a lack of friendliness between evangelicals and other faiths?
It is estimated that about 25-30% of the American population are Evangelical Protestants. With this religious group being such a significant portion of America, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life‘s release of their study on the views and opinions of Evangelical Protestants from around the world is quite interesting. As a follower of the Sikh faith, one chart stood out for me: There was a striking difference in how Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Atheists were viewed by Evangelicals among those who had a preference. […]
Categories: Interfaith, Reports/Studies • Tags: Buddhism, Evangelical Protestants, Evangelicalism, Hinduism, Islam, Pew Forum of Religion and Public Life