Religious Trends

Pew: 'religious switching' trends look bad for U.S. Christianity

"Depending on whether religious switching continues at recent rates, speeds up or stops entirely, the projections show Christians of all ages shrinking from 64% to between a little more than half (54%) and just above one-third (35%) of all Americans by 2070." - Pew

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Is America More Religious Than Popular Opinion Indicates?

On Religion Is Dying? Don’t Believe It by Byron R. Johnson and Jeff Levin: "The two authors, along with Matt Bradshaw and Rodney Stark, provide some fascinating, if not convincing, research that suggests religious institutions, particularly inclusive of Christian congregations, are thriving." - Church Answers

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Digital religion makes faith experience richer for millennial believers, study of pre-COVID data finds

"'Digital Religion Among U.S. and Canadian Millennial Adults,' recently published in the Review of Religious Research, explores the prevalence of some digital religion practices among 18- to 35-year-old millennials in the U.S. and Canada using data from the 2019 Millennial Trends Survey." - CPost

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