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Christian adults

Duration: 14min 35sec Views: 1086 Submitted: 26.09.2020
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S ome years ago, I knew a Christian attorney who was appointed by the church board to be chairman of the adult education program. He was perfectly willing to oversee the program. He was willing to teach. He was a good teacher.

In U.S., Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace

In U.S., Decline of Christianity Continues at Rapid Pace | Pew Research Center

The religious landscape of the United States continues to change at a rapid clip. Both Protestantism and Catholicism are experiencing losses of population share. Members of non-Christian religions also have grown modestly as a share of the adult population. These are among the key findings of a new analysis of trends in the religious composition and churchgoing habits of the American public, based on recent Pew Research Center random-digit-dial RDD political polling on the telephone. The Center has not yet conducted a third such study, and when the Landscape Study is repeated, it is likely to use new methods that may prevent it from being directly comparable to the previous studies; growing challenges to conducting national surveys by telephone have led the Center to rely increasingly on self-administered surveys conducted online.

Camp for Adults

Enhance your purchase. Many adults in the churches find learning difficult. They may not be able to understand, for example, how the church has developed through history and in a time of rapid social change will continue to develop in many ways.
Most young adults who attended church as a teenager say they believe in God today, but fewer consider themselves devout Christians. And as a whole, they have conflicting recollections about the churches they attended in high school. Lifeway Research surveyed more than 2, American adults between the ages of 23 and 30 who attended a Protestant church twice a month or more for at least a year as a teenager.