DavidWebster:

A lot of (mostly dull) things have been said about the Pew study: I’ll blog about it properly soon- but this is one of the more interesting comments, which I thought picked out key issues…

Originally posted on irritually:

As I noted earlier, the Pew Forum released a report two days ago about religious disaffiliation in the United States entitled “‘Nones’ on the Rise.” As one might imagine Pew has been publicizing this report in a variety of ways, but often by emphasizing one particular finding at a time. That’s why they tweeted a table not long ago that shows how those who claim to be “spiritual, not religious” stack up against the “religious” and those who claim to be neither spiritual, nor religious.

So what does the table tell us? Well a lot of things actually, but what struck me from the outset was how a good number of Protestants and Catholics are identifying as nonreligious.  The largest group in the “spiritual, not religious category” are Protestants. In fact only a third of the people in this category claim no religious affiliation at all. So what…

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2 comments

  1. Interesting……..

  2. [...] many have noted, the Pew Forum report has given us some interesting stats about religion. I reblogged Per Smith writing about it recently.  The actual report is HERE.  The report summary notes: The [...]

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