religiously unaffiliated

The global Muslim population is relatively young with a high fertility rate.
Rev. Timothy Keller spent nearly 30 years reaching out to skeptics in New York City. Here's what he's learned.
We all know the stats, but what's behind the numbers?
Last weekend, I participated in a Ragnar Trail Event in Zion, Utah. It was a beautiful spiritual experience, though you might not think about running or racing as "spiritual."
If chimpanzees -- our nearest evolutionary relatives--are expressing an inherent primate religiosity with these stone gathering rituals, might it be the case that we share a genetic predisposition for religion?
The Pew Research Center took a look at what people without a religious affiliation think is essential to morality.
Based on these trends, the future of religion in America probably isn't a church.
But the percentage of religious "nones" continues to rise.
And the majority of them say they are unlikely to return to the church.