Study: Most Biden Voters Don't Know Scripture
PNW - Politically, Joe Biden's supporters skew liberal. They are more likely to support abortion, favor liberal policies on gender and sexuality, and oppose limiting the size and scope of government. Of course, this is not surprising.
As a candidate, Biden ran on a liberal platform and attracted the support of people who share his political ideology. But while the political leanings of Biden's voters are clear, what do we know about their faith? A new study is revealing.
Earlier this week, the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University (ACU) released a study examining the faith of the 81 million Americans who voted for President Joe Biden.
According to the report, President Biden's base of supporters is 60 percent less likely to hold a biblical worldview, and although nearly two-thirds (65 percent) consider themselves to be Christian, many of their beliefs are contradictory to traditional biblical teaching.
For example, only 30 percent of Biden voters believe that the Bible is the inspired word of God and is without error. Seventy-two percent believe that a person who is generally good or does good for others will merit a place in heaven. Moreover, 79 percent indicate that having some type of religious faith is more important than which faith a person embraces.
These results, as well as other findings in the study, are important because they not only provide insight into the theological beliefs of the average Democrat voter, they reveal widespread deficiencies and misunderstandings of basic Christian doctrine.
George Barna, who serves as FRC's Senior Research Fellow for....READ MORE
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