Faith in America Today

Episode 71

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Faith in America Today

Stat: 68 million: The number of Americans who say they have no religious affiliation as of 2018-19 , compared with 39 million in 2009.

Story: This episode focuses on Americans’ views of religion and the generational changes that are taking place. Greg Smith of the Pew Research Center shares an update on the changing religious landscape, and host Dan LeDuc talks to a mother and daughter about their evolving religious paths. 

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In U.S., Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace

Why America’s ‘Nones’ Don’t Identify With A Religion

More Americans Now Say They’re Spiritual but Not Religious

Pew Research Center’s Religious Typology Quiz

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