JTA — Thirty-nine percent of American Christians who attend church have heard their clergy speak out about Jews, and 9 percent have heard them say something negative. That’s according to a study published Friday by the Pew Research Center on religion and public life. The survey found that American Jews were ambivalent toward the role of religion in public life. Some other numbers among churchgoers: 20% have heard their clergy speak positively about Jews. 8% have heard both positive and negative things from clergy. 1% have heard mostly negative things. 9% percent have heard neither positive nor negative things from their clergy about Jews.