No mention of the suspect, at best, methodology employed to reach these “results”.
I’m not totally sure how they get this data since the U.S. census doesn’t ask you your religion (and my answer would be NOYDB if they asked) but it sounds like they are counting churches and church sizes. I don’t know if that produces accurate results.
What I find is that churches grow when their members are energized to make new members. If there’s no zeal in your faith, that faith will not attract new members. Where there is vibrancy, more will be attracted to it regardless of whether it is doctrinally sound or not.
I wonder in which category the “mega-churches” fall under? Non-denominational, I suppose. Those seem to be flourishing the most around here, although I don’t equate that with the soundness of their message.
An inevitable result of a screwed-up immigration policy which allows jihadi fifth columnists to flow over our borders unchecked.
I personally know Catholics who in recent years have become reticent to tell strangers out there that they are Catholic.
“Somebody out there is making a list” is what they tell me.
Looks like Protestants are leaving the denominations and joining Evangelical churches in response to the widespread support for the ordination of queers and so forth in the “mainline” churches. That’s more like a bus transfer than a change of faith.
Latter-day Saints saw the next highest growth at 45.5 percent
Actually this is only 20%
It seems the Mormons had fudged their books
They wouldnt lie would they ???
Good. Hopefully the evangelicals and Muslims get the CINOs