There is so much talk in the press about religion dying away in America, that it was refreshing to read an article testifying to the opposite.
Two authors contend that religious practice in the United States is far more active than recognized. You just need to know where to look, they argue.
According to their studies, vast numbers of adherents are not accounted for in the statistics circulated. Their discoveries make for an interesting read.
Here’s the article, “Religion Is Dying? Don’t Believe It,” published in the Wall Street Journal. The byline reads, “Many of the ‘Nones’ aren’t secular; they belong to minority faiths. The problem is how to count them.”