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  1. Attitudes to evolution among Christians, Muslims and the Non-Religious in Britain: differential effects of religious and educational factors

    Amy Unsworth and David Voas

  2. Stress levels among Anglican clergy: the beneficial effects of feeling supported

    Leslie J. Francis, Andrew Village, and David Voas

    1. Social Networks
    2. Psychology
    3. Religion
    4. Well Being
  3. Intentionality, numerical growth and the rural church

    David Voas

  4. The Church of England

    David Voas

  5. Post-materialist religion: pagan identities and value change in modern Europe, by Mika T. Lassander -book review-

    David Voas

  6. Do social crises cause religious revivals? What British church adherence rates show

    Steve Bruce and David Voas

  7. Is the United States a counterexample to the secularization thesis?

    David Voas and Mark Chaves

  8. All evidence is pointing to greater integration, not less

    David Voas

  9. All evidence is pointing to greater integration, not less

    David Voas

  10. Quantitative research

    David Voas

    1. General Reference Works
    2. Religion
  11. The normalization of non-religion: a reply to James Lewis

    David Voas

  12. United Kingdom

    David Voas and J. McKeown

  13. Psychological types and self-assessed leadership skills of clergy in the Church of England

    Laura Watt and David Voas

    1. Psychology
    2. Religion
    3. Organizations And Firms
  14. Religious involvement over the life course: problems of measurement and classification

    David Voas

    1. Religion
    2. Survey Methodology
    3. Life Course Analysis
  15. Measurements of religion

    David Voas

    1. General Reference Works
    2. Religion
  16. Once Muslims are a majority, what will happen?

    David Voas

  17. Islam predicted to overtake Christianity as world's largest religion by 2070

    David Voas

  18. Islam is fastest growing faith

    David Voas

  19. Islam will be most followed religion by 2070

    David Voas

  20. Report predicts religious shift and growth

    David Voas

  21. Muslims projected to outnumber Christians by 2100

    David Voas

  22. Islam projected to be world's largest religion by 2070

    David Voas

  23. Islam, black migrants' churches to grow in UK, study shows

    David Voas

  24. Muslims protest on Whitehall against Charlie Hebdo cartoons of Prophet Mohamed

    David Voas

  25. Religion to be 'black and brown' in faith shift

    David Voas

  26. The future of religion 'is black and brown'

    David Voas

  27. Future of religion in Britain is Islam and black majority churches

    David Voas

  28. Religion to be multi-ethnic in faith shift

    David Voas

  29. Women ‘more likely to believe in the afterlife’

    David Voas

  30. Women keep faith as men doubt God

    David Voas


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