A recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute has some very interesting statistics on gun ownership and opinions about gun laws according to religious affiliation. 62% of Catholics and 60% of religiously unaffiliated Americans favor tougher gun control laws, while only 35% of evangelicals do. With regard to gun ownership, 32% of Catholic households and 36% of religiously unaffiliated have guns, while 58% of evangelical households do. Now here’s the most interesting stat: 18% of religiously unaffiliated, 14% of Catholics, and 32% of evangelicals think Americans should be allowed to carry concealed weapons into church. What do you think is the basis for these differences? That’s all I’m going to say. You talk.