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The U.S. Is Retreating from Religion - Scientific American Blog Network

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chart of religion

Since 1990, the fraction of Americans with no religious affiliation has nearly tripled, from about 8 percent to 22 percent. Over the next 20 years, this trend will accelerate: by 2020, there will be more of these "Nones" than Catholics, and by 2035, they will outnumber Protestants.

url: https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/observations/the-u-s-is-retreating-from-religion/#

type: article, format: blog

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The Brights' Net - Home Page

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Think about your own worldview to decide if it is free of supernatural or mystical deities, forces, and entities. If you decide that you fit the description above, then you are, by definition, a bright!

On this website, you can simply say so and, by doing so, join with other brights from all over the world in an extraordinary effort to change the thinking of society - the Brights movement.

url: http://www.the-brights.net/

type: project, format: none

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Point of Inquiry

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Point of Inquiry is the premiere podcast of the Center for Inquiry, drawing on CFI's relationship with the leading minds of the day including Nobel Prize-winning scientists, public intellectuals, social critics and thinkers, and renowned entertainers. Each episode combines incisive interviews, features and commentary focusing on CFI’s issues: religion, human values and the borderlands of science. Point of Inquiry explores CFI’s three research areas: 

url: http://www.pointofinquiry.org/

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GCTS - Global Christianity - Status of Global Mission, 2008, in the Context of 20th and 21st Centuries

table of population since 1800 through today for each major religion

url: http://www.gcts.edu/ockenga/globalchristianity/resources.php

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