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Doctrinal beliefs and politico-civic engagement of evangelical Christians (3050)

Type of Data: Doctrinal beliefs and politico-civic engagement of evangelical Christians (3050)

Faith Community: Christianity

Date: 2011, April-May

Geography: United Kingdom

Sample Size: 1151 (35% response)

Population: Evangelical Christians

Keywords: Afghanistan, Alternative Vote, anger, assurance, atonement, charity trustees, church attendance, churchgoing, civil partnerships, cross, crucifixion, death, Easter, ecumenism, elections, evangelism, everlasting life, evil, God, Good Friday, holidays, inter-church activities, Iraq, Jesus Christ, judgment, Lent, Libya, local councillors, magistrates, marriage, media, Member of Parliament, military intervention, political parties, politics, press, punishment, religious affiliation, religious festivals, Resurrection, sacrifice, same-sex relationships, school governors, sin, social engagement, suffering, trade unions, voting

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Christian Research

Sponsor: Evangelical Alliance

Published Source:

  • Does Belief Touch Society? (21st Century Evangelicals: A Snapshot of the Beliefs and Habits of Evangelical Christians in the UK, Series A, Issue 1), London: Evangelical Alliance, 2011
  • http://www.brin.ac.uk/news/?p=1410

    BRIN ID: 3050


    Self-selecting panel sample, and possibly unrepresentative of evangelical churchgoers as a whole

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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