Neuhaus, Richard John
August 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Aug/Sep1997, Issue 75, p86
Focuses on the views of U.S. citizens on religion, based on a 1997 report. Percentage of the people who believe in God; Percentage of women who believe that religion is important in their lives; Views on the content of the Bible.


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