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! (Just kidding.)
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Are Millennials slackers?
This PRRI chart says maybe. “Liking” something on Facebook doesn’t take a whole lot of effort, and this is disturbing because, as says Leftover, who sent the link in the first place, we really need more participation from this age group, not less. And thanks, Leftover, for the link.
So if the unaffiliateds and the white Catholics get into a fistfight…
Who wins in the Northeast, where, according to the PRRI American Values Atlas, 26 percent of residents are white Catholics, and 21 percent are unaffiliated? Of course, if the white and Hispanic and other Catholics join forces, the unaffiliateds are outnumbers and surrounded.
The Protestants have lost the soul of America
Leftover sends this (we share a love of this kind of stuff) from PRRI, “10 Things the American Values Atlas Teaches Us About America’s Religious Landscape.” Mostly? For our purposes, there’s this: 1. For the first time ever, America is not a majority Protestant nation. Only 47 percent of America identified as Protestant in 2014. …
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