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Why asking a lot more of church members could be a good thing

Why asking a lot more of church members could be a good thing

(Christophe Lehenaff)



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We are living in an era of unprecedented doubt. While belief in God remains high, public confidence in religious institutions is at its lowest since routine polling on the question began. In 1975, Gallup found that nearly 70% of Americans expressed either a "great deal" or "quite a lot" of trust in organized religion. By last year, that figure stood at just 42%. Regular church attendance is also near a modern nadir. Even before COVID-19, the Pew Research Center found that the percentage of Americans who report attending a religious service at least once a month fell over the past decade from 52% to about 42%.

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Yuval Levin
    for The Deseret News

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