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Religious Attitudes in Indianapolis: A Survey

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Title: Religious Attitudes in Indianapolis: A Survey
Author: Mirola, William A.
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Abstract: Since 1995, the Polis Center has been engaged in exploring the ways that religious organizations and people of faith shape community life in Indianapolis. In studying seventeen neighborhoods around the metro area, we have collected detailed information about the religious beliefs and practices of residents. There are several important questions that this project is interested in answering. What do Indianapolis residents think about the role of religion in this community? What do they believe about the priorities of religious groups; about the overall influence of the religious leaders in this city? What role do they see for congregations and religious leaders in making the city a better place to live? How do their religious beliefs affect their personal decisions? Roundtable discussion follows essay.
Date: 2000-05
Series/Report: vol.2 no.7;
Appears in Collections: Research Notes 1997-2001


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