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A recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) and Interfaith Youth Core (IYC) found that faith-based approaches can help sway many hesitant Americans to accept the COVID-19 vaccine.
Nearly three-in-ten Americans say the COVID-19 pandemic has strengthened their religious faith.
Three in five, or 60%, of Americans believe that they can find salvation through Jesus Christ.
Almost half of Americans said the Bible should influence laws in the United States, while more than a quarter believed that the Bible should be given priority over the will of the people.
A recent survey showed that 50% of American Christians treat their pastors as a friend. The Barna Group published a study on Christians' relationships with their lead pastor or priest outside of church services and events.
A recent Pew Research Center survey showed that most American adults have basic knowledge about Christianity and the Bible.
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