One of the strengths of America for more than two centuries was the consistency of people’s faith commitments. Not only did more than nine out of 10 Americans associate with the same faith (Christianity), but that alignment brought with it common views about morality, purpose, family, lifestyle, citizenship, and values.
But the dramatic erosion of shared Christian belief over the past 30 years is ushering in a number of rapid and radical changes in the relatively stable major religious alignments of America, according to new research from the Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University.
The latest findings from the American Worldview Inventory 2021identify a number of major shifts in the U.S. religious landscape, including:
- dramatic changes in the faith of American Hispanics, with a decrease in the number of Hispanic Catholics, accompanied by a sharp increase in Hispanic “Don’ts”—those who don’t believe, don’t know, or don’t care…
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Thanks for the reblog! Blessings.
These numbers are not reflective of the truth. Plato once said “That there are few Men so obstinate in their Atheism, that a pressing Danger will not reduce to an acknowledgment of the Divine Power”: In soldier terms: There are no atheists in foxholes”, and in school kids: “As long as there are tests, there will always be prayer”. It just seems to be “cool” to say you do not believe, but in the end, EVERYONE looks skyward when they need diving intervention.