This Washington Post article says that Congress is getting more diverse — but people who claim Christianity as their religion far outnumber any one else (at 91 percent, while just 71 percent of Americans claim Christianity as their religion).
Here’s more on the topic, from Esquire.
There’s a sermon that goes along with this, but I’m not going to give it today. You’re welcome. Have a wonderful weekend.
Thanks, Ray, for sharing this. I was hoping for even more cowbell, but…
Leftover sends this, a PRRI study on why people are leaving religion in the U.S. According to the study, people tend to just stop believing, usually by the age of 30.
This means the so-called Nones (people who profess no religious belief) are growing. Time to up the door-knocking, Christians!
And thanks, Cynical, for the graphic.
Read this interview with Lisa Sharon Harper (pictured), “Justice is at the heart of the gospel.” Believers cannot shy away from justice. We can’t afford discomfort. We are called to act.