Barna Trends 2017
What's New and What's Next at the Intersection of Faith and Culture
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Your comprehensive guide to the latest cultural, religious and political trends
We live in a complex and ever-changing world. The daily barrage of information, articles and op-eds about every aspect of life can be overwhelming. It's increasingly difficult to cut through the noise and understand the facts. Yet we cannot afford to be ignorant of the trends that shape us.
For thirty years, Barna Group has been a trusted guide to sorting out the truth. Presenting an annual review with hundreds of their recent major research studies, Barna Trends 2017 puts essential information at your fingertips and in context. This one-of-a-kind resource consolidates and interprets the raw data behind ongoing cultural, religious and political shifts. Divided into sections on culture, life and faith, featured content includes:
· full-color infographics and charts
· feature-length articles unpacking the research
· interviews and reflections from thought leaders and subject experts
· fast facts and snapshots of general trends
· editorials and analysis from the Barna team
· also available: downloadable presenter's packs available for select studies throughout
Writers, speakers, pastors and leaders will find this collection of knowledge and analysis indispensable as they prepare to engage audiences--whether on paper, in person or with pixels.
Barna Group has conducted more than one million interviews over the course of hundreds of studies and has become a go-to source for insights about faith, culture, leadership, vocation and generations. Barna Group has carefully and strategically tracked the role of faith in America, developing one of the nation's most comprehensive databases of spiritual indicators. The firm's research is often quoted in major media outlets, such as CNN, USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, FOX News, Chicago Tribune, Huffington Post, the New York Times, Dallas Morning News and the Los Angeles Times.
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