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by Greg Zwahlen

The US News and World Report God and Country blog reported last week that a recent Trinity College survey found that in the next twenty years, the percentage of Americans who report “no religion” may increase from 15% to 25%. The survey reports that the “nones” are more “religiously indifferent” than atheist.  

Over at the Daily Dish, Andrew Sullivan opines, “This is the fertile ground on which a new Christianity will at some point grow.”
I doubt it. Christianity in every variant has been around a long time–the “nones” would have found what they were looking for already, if that’s what they wanted.

Buddhadharma, on the other hand . . .

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