Which Christian denomination is the most “conservative”?
Christians tend to have a strong preference for a particular denomination.
It’s not surprising, then, that the conservative evangelical denomination ranks first among the religions surveyed by the survey.
Among those who identify as Christians, the evangelical denomination has the most adherents.
However, it has the lowest support among other religious groups, with only 24 percent of evangelicals saying they’re either very or somewhat conservative.
As with all religious groups in America, this survey found that there are some major differences between Christians and other religious traditions.
Christians, in general, tend to view other religions with a more critical eye, with a higher degree of distrust of religious leaders and more concerns about religion-related issues such as gender, sexual orientation, and race.
Those who identify with other religions have generally been more open about their beliefs and their beliefs have been more often held by religious leaders.
Still, the survey also found that many Christians hold different opinions on religion-specific issues.
Among Christians, there is widespread agreement on a belief that religious authorities should be accountable for their beliefs.
A significant number of Christians agree that religious leaders should be held to a higher standard than other public officials, with most expressing strong support for the principle of “personal responsibility.”
However, there are significant differences among religious traditions on issues such a marriage equality, same-sex marriage, and abortion.
Many Christians do not agree that the government should be able to regulate the activities of private businesses, while most other religious believers do.
Among the religious traditions surveyed, the most common reasons given for not agreeing with religious authorities on these issues were: The religious leaders do not have the authority to do so, and their positions are inconsistent with what is best for society.