34% of U. S. teens hold different religious beliefs than their parents, but they have decided not to tell their parents.
Only half of America’s pastors (51%) have a biblical worldview.
In Harvard University’s 2019 freshman class, 39% of students identified as atheists and agnostics, more than the number of Catholics and Protestants (34%) added together.
For the first time ever, less than half of Americans (47%) say they belong to or are members of a local church.
One-half of American adults (49%) don’t know whether it was Paul, Peter, John or Jesus who taught the Sermon on the Mount in the Gospels.