Maybe you saw the headlines this past spring. For the first time since George Gallup started surveying religious affiliation, less than half of Americans are members of a church, or for that matter, of any religion that has its origins in the Middle East.

According to the survey, only 47% of Americans are members of a church, synagogue, or mosque. It’s a big shock for a country where at one ti...

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