Why Pro-life Catholics and Evangelicals Part Ways on Guns

At The Washington Post, Robert P. Jones examines the different attitudes towards gun control among religious groups. Jones writes, “Cultural and geographical differences also account for much of the gap between [Protestants and Catholics]. Compared to white evangelical Protestants, Catholics are, overall, more urban and bicoastal, and are more likely to live where guns and hunting are not part of the rhythms of daily life.” 

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