78% of U.S. Religious 'Nones' were Raised in Religious Homes

78% of U.S. Religious ‘Nones’ were Raised in Religious Homes

New research says religious homes produce the majority of religious ‘nones.’ The results of new research by Pew can come as an eye-opener to

Less People Believe in God, More are Exiting the Church

Only 61% of the religiously unaffiliated say they believe in God, compared to 70% in 2007. Pew Research Center's 2014 Religious Landscape Study reveals

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Younger Americans Are Pushing for Social and Political Changes

New research by Pew shows strong generational differences in social and political views. An interview of 35,000 adult Americans throws up some fascinating statistics

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Even the non-religious still think there’s a powerful creator

Religious and non-religious alike, see the hand of the creator in the making of the universe. One does not have to believe in God

Here are 10 Facts About the State of Religion in America Right Now

Religion in America is changing each year. Here are the most important facts to know right now. The Pew Research Center has compiled a