University study finds pews not as empty as thought
University study finds pews not as empty as thought | ajc.com: Researchers have found that more people are going to church than originally thought, because they haven't officially joined a particular denomination or church, but they still go.
"BY THE NUMBERS
The breakdown of U.S. religious affiliation:
33.6%; evangelical Protestant
22.1%: mainline Protestant
5%: black Protestant
Source: Baylor Religion Survey"