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Percentage of U.S. congregations that reported major conflict in 2001 (U.S. Congregational Life Survey):

Percentage of U.S. congregations that reported major conflict in 2008 (U.S. Congregational Life Survey):

True or False: Mainline Protestant congregations were more than twice as likely as Catholic congregations to have experienced conflict (U.S. Congregational Life Survey):

The most likely source of serious conflict in congregations (Faith Communities Today: American Congregations 2008):

Percentage of congregations reporting conflict over clergy (National Congregations Study):

Percentage of congregations reporting conflict over homosexuality (National Congregations Study):

Percentage of congregations with worsening financial health that reported serious conflict in the last five years (Faith Communities Today: American Congregations 2008):

Percentage of congregations with stable financial health that reported serious conflict in the last five years (Faith Communities Today: American Congregations 2008):

The most likely consequence of congregational conflict (Faith Communities Today: American Congregations 2008):

The type of pastor least likely to have members leave because of congregational conflict is (Sociology of Religion 2008):

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