New data says that women are more religious than men but religion experts and women say their relationship to faith is more complicated than the numbers reveal. Rachel Harkins Ullmann was working at a faith-based organization in Baltimore, Maryland, when she became pregnant with her first child. When she told her boss the good news,…

The religious landscape continues to shift in the U.S. While Christianity continues to decline at a rapid pace, the religious unaffiliated population – a group also known as religious “nones” continues to rise, according to study released by the Pew Research Center. Church attendance has also fallen steeply. In a telephone survey conducted in 2018…

According to a new survey, the number of Americans who have no religion has risen 266 percent since 1991 the Daily Mail reports. The religious ‘nones’ (those with no religious affiliation) are now tied statistically with the number of Catholics and Evangelicals. People with no religion account for 23.1 percent of the U.S., while Catholics…

What percentage of people in the United States claim to have no religion? If you guessed the number is small but vocal, think again. According to the 2018 General Social Survey, a biennial project run by the National Opinion Research Center at the University of Chicago, the religious “nones” are now every bit as numerous…

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