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Noted PRRI, "Fewer than half of white mainline Protestants (44 percent), black Protestants (41 percent), white Catholics (36 percent), religiously unaffiliated Americans (31 percent), and members of non-Christian religions (30 percent) agree.
For decades, religiously affiliated hospitals have been allowed to take the ERISA exemption afforded to churches and other houses of worship.
There was, however, one group that was grossly underrepresented - the religiously unaffiliated.
This is somewhat less common among Jews (65%), mainline Protestants (59%), and religiously unaffiliated people (56%).
She plays the who has been b her religiously z (Julianne Moore One afternoon at school, a frightened Carrie gets her first period and classmates including Sue (Gabriella Wilde) and Chris (Portia Doubleday) turn on her.
Samuels, of Duffield Drive, Tottenham, was sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment at Highbury Corner Magistrates' Court after previously admitting racially and religiously aggravated harassment.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Racially or religiously aggravated harassment crimes increased from a total of 15,249 to 17,605 between 2012 and 2014, a report said.
Young single women who were religiously unaffiliated--referred to as "Nones"--gave approximately two times larger amounts to charitable organizations than women who were affiliated but infrequently attend religious services.
05 ( ANI ): A Washington based American think tank has published an index, which has reportedly ranked Pakistan among the least religiously diverse countries in a religiously diverse Asian region.
CDATA[ The time has come to deal with the issue of the Jewish character of the State of Israel, and to regulate the fundamental principles underlying the status-quo in legislation, now that close to 40 MK's are religiously observant.
When viewed from sponsorship (agency, religiously affiliated, independent nonprofit, and for-profit camps) and geographic regions (New England, Mid-Atlantic, South, Mid-America, and West), we noted:
This survey of a nationally representative sample of 1,800 ob/gyns revealed that, among those who practice in religiously affiliated institutions, 37 percent experienced a conflict over religiously based policies affecting the provision of services.