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The Changing Landscape of Religion

Posted by T. Resnikoff // October 31st 2013 // Future of Faith // no comments

Information and data to better understand where religion, religious identification and practice are headed in the future. – Ed.


Millenials_Religious_ID_TakeawayINFOGRAPHIC: Millennials & Religion. About 28 percent of American adults have left the faith in which they were raised in favor of another religion, or no religion at all – The Takeaway.

Follow The Takeaway series, “Young Nation Under God”, exploring the relationship Millennials has with religion. Participate in the discussion Friday from 2-3 PM ET to chat with The Takeaway’s host John Hockenberry and Lisa Pearce, a professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina.

You can also tweet The Takeaway your thoughts using the hash tag #MyBeliefs or write your own story on The Takeaway Facebook page.
n-MAJORITY-large57010 Facts About The Transforming Global Religious Landscape – from Huffington Post.

Geographic_Disribution_Religious_Groups_PEWThe Global Religious LandscapeA Report on the Size and Distribution of the World’s Major Religious Groups as of 2010. Released December 2012. (Pew Research Center Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life)(PDF, 81 pages.)

Gallup_Nones_Slowing_RiseIn U.S., Rise in Religious “Nones” Slows in 2012. The 17.8% who reported no religious identity in 2012 is on par with 2011 – from Gallup Politics.
Frequently_Changing_Faith_ID_PEWFaith in Flux. Americans change religious affiliation early and often – from PEW Research Religion and Public Life Forum.







About the Author

Ted Resnikoff is the Digital Communications Editor at the Unitarian Universalist Association.
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