Monday, February 25, 2008

Many Americans religiously unaffiliated

When it comes to religion, more and more U.S. adults either have none or do not identify with a particular church, although the country remains highly religious, a survey said on Monday.

5 comments:

Merelyme said...

that would be me.

Merelyme said...

oh you have changed the title of your blog. wow.

LISA EMRICH said...

I saw an interesting, but brief, article in New York Times discussing author Josh Swiller and cochlear implants.

Cochlear Implant Supports an Author's Active Life

Angela said...

I guess I am '1 in 10' as a recovering Catholic myself...:) I converted a few years ago to Baptist.

whimsicalnbrainpan said...

I found that study to be interesting, especially the part about how many people switched religions/denominations since their childhood.

*Completely unrealted*

I saw that you recommended the book "Where Is God When It Hurts?" by Philip Yancey. An excellent book on the subject of pain. I own it and have read it a couple of times. I think he might even do a better job than C.S. Lewis (who I enjoy very much) at explaining pain.