According to the General Social Surveys (GSS), 17 percent of adults who attended religious services at least monthly and lived in an intact family through adolescence have ever been divorced or separated, compared to 27 percent of those who attended religious services less than monthly and lived in a non-intact family as adolescents. In between were those who attended religious services at least monthly but lived in a non-intact family (25 percent) and those who lived in an intact family but worshiped less than monthly (20 percent).Here's one about "Religious Attendance and Shoplifting."
Sunday, July 27, 2014
Here is a link to the Marriage and Religion Research Institute page called Mapping America. It contains statistics about the relationship between marriage, religion, education, charity, psychological health, and just about every social problem you could think of, including drinking, drugs, abortion, and being paid or paying for sex. For instance, here is the chart about "Divorce or Separation: Religious Attendance and Family Structure in Adolescence."