In a landmark survey, Pew released a report today which finds that religious diversity has remained a key feature of the world’s religions.

The Pew Research Center’s Global Attitudes Project finds that religion is a “core” part of the way people think about the world, a position that was highlighted in the recent Pew Research study on the role of religion in the United States.

The survey found that more than half of the respondents to the poll say that religious people and institutions should be allowed to worship openly, and that more people in the U.S. identify as Christians than as Muslims, Buddhists or Hindus.

In other words, religion has always been part of Americans’ thinking, and it has changed in ways that are meaningful for us.

And it’s a changing reality.

In the survey, almost a third of respondents said they believe in God, and more than a quarter said that God created humans in His image.

That’s a significant change from the previous Pew Research survey that found that less than a third believed that God existed.

Pew said that it found that the percentage of Americans who said God created us in His own image has grown by about 3 percentage points in the last 15 years, to 59 percent in 2013 from 63 percent in 2012.

In fact, Pew found that religious beliefs and practices have increased as a percentage of American adults, with about one-third of the U