by C Michael PattonSeptember 7th, 2009 27 Comments
The question for the graph is “should abortion should be legal in all cases / most cases vs illegal in all cases / most cases.
Source: Patheos and U.S. Religious Landscape Survey, The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, June 2008
If the issue of abortion were the only issue, maybe Evangelicalism is the second best option. Either way, it is hard to believe where mainline Protestants and Catholics are. I am sure that the postmodern Christians (or the late Emergent crowd) would be more disappointing still.
What observations do you have?
Do you think that this statistic is a positive sign for Evangelicals?
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