This week, the Pew Research Center released a study showing that Christians might become a minority group in the United States by the year 2070. If I live to see that day, I will be 100 years old, which is highly unlikely.
Christians in the US could be a minority group by 2070, study finds
Christians in the US may become a minority group by 2070 if recent trends continue, according to data released by the…
As a long-time atheist, you might think I’d rejoice at the decline of Christianity and the rise of “nones” — religiously-unaffiliated people — in the U.S. And in some ways I do, as Christians have been primarily responsible for the oppression of women, queer and trans people, and other marginalized groups in this country.
Want to Support Queer and Trans People? Fix Your Churches.
Protecting our rights and dignity at a more fundamental level than “getting out the vote”
Progressive Catholics, Please Explain Yourselves
I genuinely want to understand why you stay with an oppressive institution.
Here’s the thing, though. I care much more about people’s actions than their affiliations. There are countries—especially in Europe — with official state churches that are more socially progressive than the U.S., with our supposed separation of church and state.
Society without God
Editorial Reviews From Publishers Weekly Sociologist Zuckerman spent a year in Scandinavia seeking to understand how…
Christians who promote anti-abortion and anti-trans legislation point to Jesus and the Bible to defend their actions. But many other Christians support pregnant people’s rights to bodily…