For a century or more, the United States has been the world’s most religious wealthy nation. But research shows that the share of Americans who are religiously nonaffiliated has grown, along with those who “aren’t certain they believe in God.” Are the “unbelievers” rejecting only the God of the Bible or are they rejecting belief in any “higher power” or “spiritual force” in the universe? How does belief differ by age, income and political affiliation? And, what are the implications for society? We’ll show you the facts and tee-up the implications.
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