Religious Trends

Pew Research: Churches and religion in Black American life

"Roughly half of Black Americans say predominantly Black Muslim organizations such as the Nation of Islam (of which Malcolm X was once a member) and the federal government have had at least some impact on Black people’s pursuit of equality. . . . About eight-in-ten Black Protestants (81%) and Catholics (82%) say that predominantly Black churches have done at least some to help Black people move toward equality." - Pew

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“At least 20 cities in the Southeast have grown more post-Christian, some of them dramatically”

"In Barna’s ranking of the most post-Christian cities in America, New England and the West Coast predictably dominate the top of the list. But keep scrolling, and you’ll begin to spot some Southern states. Texas, Florida, and North Carolina all have cities in the top 50." - Lifeway Research

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“Liberal Christianity... believes that the faith should always be changing so that it conforms with the dominant spirit and beliefs of the age”

"Americans may need to get used to this kind of syncretism, which is not at all unusual among United Methodists, other mainline Protestants, and liberal Catholics. Because now that progressives are in political power and evangelicalism is discredited for its alliance with Donald Trump, liberal Christianity might be coming back into vogue." - Veith

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Survey: British Gen Z More Likely Than Millennials to Believe in God

Survey: "23 percent of Britons aged 16 to 24 said they believe in God, with an additional 13 percent saying they believe in a 'higher spiritual power.' By contrast, only 19 percent of those aged 25-39 said they believe in God, with 16 percent saying they believe in a higher power." - C.Leaders

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