Story at the Christian Science Monitor, via Asian Nation.
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I'd like to see those numbers compared to beliefs among seniors. I'd suspect a dramatic drop along the board.
what's really interesting from this data is that African Americans pray more than other groups given their participation rates, and Latinos attend religious services less.
for a clearer look at the data see this graphic: http://www.imagebucket.net/bucket/is.php?i=5832&img=ethnic_religiou.jpg that i made from the information in this post.
(i know some people here also frequent chartporn.org and know a good info graphic when they see one. imo the original graphs are quite hard to understand and compare.)
Why are churches still segregated so much...? One Jesus people.
I am politically aracial and atheist. Being aracial is a right of any American except criminals, because we need to provide police with corporeal details for obvious reasons
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