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Category Archive: belief trends

Oct 28 2009

The difficulty in peddling an inferior product

A news item today talks about efforts by Christian evangelists to boost their witnessing in such New England states as Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts, an area of the country that has become even more secular than the Pacific Northwest. Reportedly, up to 22% of New England residents claim no religious faith of any …

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Jun 25 2009

Ahead of the curve in England, I see

So two-thirds of teenagers in the UK don’t like religion and don’t believe in God. That’s a good thing. What would be nice is if these kids would follow up this natural doubt with actual studies, both into science and religion, to see why the verifiable methods of science can be reliably trusted and the …

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Mar 10 2009

A headline to warm your heart

Some of you have probably already seen this CNN article, with the eye-catching headline “America becoming less Christian, survey finds”. Even more full of awesome is the lead. America is a less Christian nation than it was 20 years ago, and Christianity is not losing out to other religions, but primarily to a rejection of …

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