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Christianity Loses 15% of its Followers

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15% of Americans realize that Christianity is Bullshit?

Why would anyone want to be associated with a religion that endorses child rapists, war mongers, wars, child killers, torturers, homophobic homosexual leaders, illiteracy, ignorance, mythology, close-mindedness, economic depression, theocracy, overthrow of democracy, failed capitalism, liars, hypocrites, arrogance, etc...

Christianity was doomed to fail, when it replaced the Christ with the glory of Mammon. They discarded the Gospel of Jesus who endorsed love, peace, humility, humanitarian efforts, 2 mites giving, healing, and DUSTING OFF THE SHOES. They have installed the gospel of money, greed, capitalism, whoremongering, pedophilism, self-righteousness, and hypocrisy.

Now they have attempted to subvert the goals and duties of government with their failed Mammon-Christian goals for 8 years. Result? Failed government with failed Mammonite Christianity. They have attempted to force government to perform the roles that Christianity and its hypocrite leaders have FAILED at.


Survey: Non-Religious Americans on the Rise in Every State
By Katherine T. Phan

The percentage of people who claim no religion has nearly doubled since 1990. Meanwhile, the percentage of Christians is on the decline, according to a new study on American religious life.

The 2008 American Religious Identification Survey (ARIS), released on Monday, shows that the percentage of Americans claiming no religion, which jumped from 8.2 percent in 1990 to 14.2 in 2001, has now increased to 15 percent.

The findings were based on over 54,000 interviews conducted between February and November of last year. The 2008 survey was a continuation of ARIS surveys in 1990 and 2001, which are part of a landmark series by the Program on Public Values at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn.

The survey was conducted by Barry Kosmin and Ariela Keysar, director and associate director, respectively, of Trinity’s Institute for the Study of Secularism in Society and Culture.

Additionally, the survey found that the non-religious population, or "Nones," has shifted away from the Pacific Northwest to Northern New England.

Vermont has become the least religious state in the country with 34 percent of "Nones," leading all other states by 9 percentage points. Between 1990 and 2008, the Green Mountain State had the largest percentage increase of non-religious people (21 percent), beating out New Hampshire (20 percent), Delaware (16 percent) and Massachusetts (14 percent).

"Many people thought our 2001 finding was an anomaly," Keysar said. "We now know it wasn’t. The ‘Nones’ are the only group to have grown in every state of the Union."

Despite a small proportion (1.6 percent) of Americans calling themselves atheist or agnostic, a review of stated beliefs shows that 12 percent are deistic (believe in a higher power but not a personal God), and 12 percent are atheist (no God) or agnostic (unsure).

Over the past seven years, the number of outright atheists has nearly doubled, from 900,000 to 1.6 million, according to the survey.

Meanwhile, the percentage of Christians in America has declined from 76.7 in 2001 to 76 percent, down from 86.2 percent in the 1990s. The shrinking proportion of Christians is largely attributed to the decline in the non-Catholic segment of the Christian population, largely from the mainline denominations, including Methodist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Episcopalian/Anglican churches, and the United Church of Christ.


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