religious nones

Earlier this month the Public Religion Research Institute released new statistics that chronicle the demographic shifts in religious affiliation. The one group that has grown exponentially is the so-called "Nones," or religiously unaffiliated.
Some of the significant findings include: "The findings highlight the importance of religion ... as a source of social and
Based on these trends, the future of religion in America probably isn't a church.
When I stopped by the Wild Card last week, I spoke to Roach about Pacquiao and the upcoming fight against Timothy Bradley in Las Vegas. But mostly we talked about two conversions: Pacquiao's born-again experience three years ago and a dramatic change in Freddie's own life that involved no religion at all.
The Baby nones will no doubt benefit from greater levels of acceptance of the non-religious. Yet it remains to be seen how this next generation will redress the systemic inequities that confront people of color who can't bank on the wages of whiteness while being religious outsiders.
Harper's new line of books is tailored toward spiritual explorers of all sorts.
In all, the author gives us a tremendously useful disambiguation of the rich diversity of people caught up in the broad sweep
Maybe we believe in God. Maybe we're not sure. Maybe we believe Jesus was human and divine. Maybe we have no idea what to think about that. Maybe we think that salvation is personal and necessary to enter God's grace.
1. More Americans prefer “no religion.” Earlier this month, the 2014 General Social Survey was released. The GSS is the gold
Bulkin was born in Indonesia then moved to Nebraska when she was 11. Today, her mother, a self-proclaimed atheist, attends