Posted Thursday, July 25, 2013
Americans are becoming less religious. That's nothing new. But a study last week by the Pew Research Center's Forum on Religious Life offers fresh perspective on how we feel about the secularization. Nearly half the people polled said the steady decline in religion is bad for America. Only eleven percent say it's good for the country. Losing our religion -- why it's happening and what it means,
George Matejka, Professor of Philosophy, Ursuline College
Ron Lindsay, president and CEO, Center for Inquiry
R. Mark Giuliano, senior pastor, Old Stone Church
Mark Rollenhagen, pastor, Faith Lutheran Church in Lakewood
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