Should Herman Cain’s accusers step forward?

Should Herman Cain’s accusers step forward?

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The question here, as asked by Texas Faith is: As you know, Herman Cain faces allegations that he sexually harassed female employees during his time at the National Restaurant Association. The Republican fervently denies the charges, although there are reports that settlements have been made in these cases. Cain’s story about those settlements continues to [...]

Raising Cain? Proceed with Caution

The question “Should Herman Cain’s Accusers Step Forward?” is being answered by the actions of women who are, perhaps reluctantly, making their way into the media glare. This is the case with Karen Kraushaar who received a settlement from the National Restaurant Association in the late 1990s, after allegedly being harassed by Cain. Her name [...]

Images of God and Mental Health

Images of God and Mental Health

Some people claim to have a strong sense of being in a “strong, loving relationship with God.”  I can’t say that I have anything like this myself.  Perhaps other people are in communication with divinity — perhaps not.  As a mere cultural survey, the authors never attempt anything like a rigorous analysis of the argument [...]

Images of God and Mental Health

Images of God and Mental Health

Whenever I’m asked to interpret data from a research report, I am usually curious not just about what the conclusions are, but about how they arrived at those conclusions. In this case, those who have “a strong, loving relationship with God report fewer mental health issues, while those respondents who report more ambiguity in their [...]

Baylor’s Wave III Religion Survey

Question: How do you interpret [Baylor’s] data about the supremacy of a strong, loving relationship with God? From what I see, the survey data is somewhat confounding. According to the survey, those without a college education and without great economic resources have more than twice the number of reported mental health events than those with good [...]

Images of God and mental health

Images of God and mental health

Baylor’s Wave III religion survey, which came out in late September, takes a look at the connection between religion and mental health. Among the findings, the authors report that: “When it comes to religion, beliefs are more important than are behavior or affiliation…Frequency of prayer has no consistent effect on the number of reported mental [...]

My reaction to the Baylor University survey of 2011

Baylor University has recently published the results of a survey indicating religious affiliation and mental health issues, titled The Values and Beliefs of the American Public. I find that survey highly questionable for several reasons: Right from the start, the document reveals the bias of its makers, identifying them as associated with “a private Christian [...]