The Growth of Non-Religion: What's to Come?

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By Rod Anderson , CP Cartoonist
July 4, 2013|8:08 am

The Growth of Non-Religion: What's To Come?

 A plurality of Americans, 48 percent, believe that the growing number of nonreligious Americans is bad for American society, according to a new Pew Research Center poll.

Thirty-nine percent answered that the growing number of non-religious does not make a difference for American society and 11 percent said the trend is a good thing.

Those who belong to a religious group, those who attend religious services more often and older Americans were more likely to believe the growing number of nonreligious is bad, while the religiously unaffiliated, those who attend religious services less often and younger Americans, were more likely to believe the trend would not make a difference or is good for American society.

Read more at http://www.christianpost.com/news/poll-growth-of-nonreligious-bad-for-america-plurality-believe-99251/#xJioRBw7KmEilKdk.99

Miles McPherson, is the Senior Pastor of the Rock Church and Academy in San Diego, California and the founder of Do Something World. Find out more at MilesMcPherson.comFollow Miles on Facebook - FB.com/Pastor.Miles.McPhersonFollow Miles on Twitter - Twitter.com/MilesMcPpherson
 

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