Secular Surge

James A. Haught


The long-foreseen Secular Age is arriving at a gallop. Survey after survey finds snowballing increases in the numbers of Americans who say their religion is “none."

The 2017 American Family Survey found that “nones" have climbed past one-third of U.S. adults—the highest ratio yet tallied. These churchless people have become the nation’s largest “faith" category.

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