Webcast Dec. 11: What the Data Really Says About Trends in Religion

Religion Communicators Council

 

Religion Communicators Council

An Interfaith Association of Religion Communicators since 1929

 

Webcast: What the Data Really Says About Trends in Religion

December 11th at 4:30-6:00pm ET

The El-Hibri Foundation is hosting a live conversation with leading religion researchers David Kinnaman (Barna Group) and Alan Cooperman (Pew Research Center), moderated by Michelle Boorstein of the Washington Post.

This is a joint event of the El-Hibri Foundation, Religion Communicators Council, and Religion Newswriters Association. Tune in for the public webcast on December 11th at 4:30pm ET at www.elhibrifoundation.org/live.

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About the Speakers

David Kinnaman (@barnagroup) is president and majority owner of Barna Group. He is the author of the bestselling books, You Lost Me and unChristian. Since joining Barna in 1995, David has overseen studies, polling the opinions and perspectives of more than 400,000 individuals. He has designed and analyzed research for the American Bible Society, Columbia House, Compassion, Easter Seals, Habitat for Humanity, Integrity Media, InterVarsity, NBC-Universal, the Salvation Army, Sony, Thomas Nelson, Prison Fellowship, World Vision, Harper Collins and many others.

Alan Cooperman (@pewreligion) is director of religion research at the Pew Research Center. He is an expert on religion’s role in U.S. politics and has reported on religion in Russia, the Middle East and Europe. He plays a central role in planning the project’s research agenda and writing its reports. Before joining the Pew Research Center, he was a national reporter and editor at the Washington Post and a foreign correspondent for the Associated Press and U.S. News & World Report. He graduated magna cum laude from Harvard in 1982 and started in journalism at the Berkshire Eagle in Pittsfield, Mass. He is an author of Mormons in America, Muslim Americans, the U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey, “Nones” on the Rise and A Portrait of Jewish Americans.

About the Moderator

Michelle Boorstein (@mboorstein) has been the religion reporter for the Washington Post since 2006. Michelle’s path to her dream job as religion reporter began as a kid, trying to make sense of a kosher Jewish home that had three sets of dishes: meat, milk and Chinese food. Her career included a decade of globe-trotting with the Associated Press, covering topics including domestic terrorism in the Arizona desert to Ugandan royalty and how strapped doctors in Afghanistan decide who lives and who dies.

 
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