By Lisa Haven

Over the past decade, pollsters charted something unusual: Americans—long known for their charity—are fleeing organized religion in increasing numbers. The vast majority still believe in God, however, the rejection of any religious affiliation is rapidly accelerating.

According to a article titled, “Exodus: Why Americans are Leaving Religions- and why they’re unlikely to come back”

“Today, nearly four in ten (39%) young adults (ages 18-29) are religiously unaffiliated—three times the unaffiliated rate (13%) among seniors (ages 65 and older). While previous generations were also more likely to be religiously unaffiliated in their twenties, young adults today are nearly four times as likely as young adults a generation ago to identify as religiously unaffiliated.

All that and more in the report below…



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