Just looking for comments on two statistics that I read. One said that Christian men in average spend more time with their children a week than non-Christian men do. ( )
It also said that Evangelical fathers spend appr. 2 hours more than average while Catholic dads spend 1,1 hour more per week. (This I read in a secular newspaper which is highly factually accurate and thus I find it credible).
Can anyone comment on the difference here… any theories as to why Evangelical dads spend more time with their kids than Catholic dads?
Then I read somewhere that homeschooling is much more a Evangelical phenomenon than a Catholic one. … a study said that about 70 percent of all homeschoolers in the U.S. were Evangelical Christians. (the statistic was related from an Evangelical source so there may be an agenda… but I dont know. Besides… maybe Evangelicals have a stronger tradition with home schooling?)
Again any comments ?