This recent news item registers locally given that so many Kansas City leaders from both sides of the aisle proudly proclaim their faith.
In fact . . .
However . . .
Things change and recent data reveals that the debate over Christianity might not be so important to many Americans in the very near future.
Here's the word . . .
In the report, Pew Research Center modeled several hypothetical scenarios describing how religion in the U.S. might change over the next 50 years.
Based on Pew’s findings, if religious switching continues at recent rates, Christians could decrease from making up 64% of the current population to somewhere between 35-54% by 2070.
Over that same period, Pew estimates people who are religiously unaffiliated would rise from the current 30% to somewhere between 34-52% of the U.S. population.
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
Eliza Campbell had spent her entire life as a practicing member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She was born in Utah, a state in which the majority of residents belong to the church, and attended Brigham Young University, a private institution owned and operated by the church.
(Gray News) - Christians could make up less than half of the United States population by 2070 if recent religious trends continue, according to a new report published Tuesday. In the report, Pew Research Center modeled several hypothetical scenarios describing how religion in the U.S. might change over the next 50 years.
Developing . . .