Wednesday, June 03, 2015
Survey: 'Nones' open to variety of denominations
Americans have a surprising openness to Christian churches, even those who are supposedly turned off to religion, a new survey from LifeWay Research shows.
No matter which denomination is in the name of a church, fewer than half the nonreligious say "it's not for me." Their views are more favorable than unfavorable toward a wide range of faiths -- Catholic, Methodist, Baptist, Lutheran, Assemblies of God, and non-denominational.
These findings, based on a new survey of denominational opinions by LifeWay Research, may come as a surprise to those who've seen recent headlines. Growing numbers of people who don't identify with any church have gathered considerable media attention. But LifeWay Research vice president Scott McConnell said many of these "nones" aren't as closed to church as some may assume. Keep reading
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