We keep hearing statistics about religious decline in America. But new research has shot that down. “Intense” religion–that is, religious beliefs and practices that are taken seriously–is holding strong and even increasing. What is declining is nominal faith and “moderate” (a.k.a., “liberal”) religion.
Glenn T. Stanton writes about these findings, as well as related research, in a must-read article in The Federalist: New Harvard Research Says U.S. Christianity Is Growing Stronger.