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Ten most recent posts:


Despite the Internet Reported by Stu Johnson (Nov 27, 2018)

Driven Apart or Drawn Together? by Stu Johnson (Nov 21, 2018)

The Unstoppable Age Wave Reported by Stu Johnson (Sep 7, 2018)

Working Longer, Earning More by Stu Johnson (Apr 27, 2018)

Trust by Stu Johnson (Mar 6, 2018)

Generation Z by Stu Johnson (Feb 16, 2018)

Religion in America 2017 by Stu Johnson (Jan 18, 2018)

Wall of Words by Stu Johnson (Jan 5, 2018)

Net Neutrality by Stu Johnson (Dec 23, 2017)

Consider the Consequences by Stu Johnson (Dec 8, 2017)

Top 10 articles (by times accessed):


Automation and Job Loss by Stu Johnson (Jul 8, 2016)

Martin Luther King Jr.'s Ten Commandments for Cultural Change Submitted by Stu Johnson (Jan 18, 2016)

Those Pesky Zeros, Part 1 —Moving the Decimal Point by Stu Johnson (Jun 19, 2015)

Religion Trends and Predictions 2016-17 Reported by Stu Johnson (Jan 5, 2017)

Unintended Consequences - Part 2 by Stu Johnson (Nov 5, 2015)

Changing Views of Christianity by Stu Johnson (Mar 1, 2016)

Religion in America 2017 by Stu Johnson (Jan 18, 2018)

Trust by Stu Johnson (Mar 6, 2018)

Generation Z by Stu Johnson (Feb 16, 2018)

The Edge of Abpa —Ambigrams and the wonder of reading by Stu Johnson (May 4, 2015)

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Recommended Posts seen elsewhere

  • After the March 15 primaries Darren Patrick Guerra (also Christianity Today), wrote "Actually, Most Evangelicals Don't Vote Trump," affirming what I've been saying about the "evangelical" vote and what Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra said in the post below. (posted on Christianity Today online, March 18, 2016)
  • Christianty Today has an excellent article by Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra, "8 Charts on Which Evangelicals Will (and Won't) Vote Trump on Super Tuesday," using info and charts from Pew, Barna and other sources. It supports much of what has been said here about the misuse of "evangelicals" as a solid voting bloc. (posted on Christianity Today's Gleanings page, February 29, 2016)