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Humanists of Fort Worth Message Board Humanists of Fort Worth Discussion Forum › More young people are losing faith in God

More young people are losing faith in God

Sam
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Fort Worth, TX
Post #: 70
"About 68 percent of Millennials say they never doubt the existence of God, a decline of 15 points since 2007, while the number of older Americans with a firm belief in God remains stable. Millennials are defined by Pew as those young Americans born in 1981 or later.

"Other studies appear to confirm this trend - more than half of non-religious Millennials have abandoned their childhood faith, according to a recent study by the Public Religion Research Institute and Georgetown’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs."

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If this trend continues, believers will one day be in the minority.
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