New study: As Christianity declines, so do stable relationships and marriage

Since my comments keep disappearing at the original blog, I will reblog with my comments intact.
I’m curious what the current divorce rate is in the church vs among non believers?
I did find an article. Not sure when it’s from but I think it’s worth consideration. https://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_dira.htm

WINTERY KNIGHT

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Mark Regnerus is a sociologist at the University of Texas, Austin. He publishes a lot of his books with Oxford University Press. So, his research methods are generally seen as reliable. I noticed that he had done a survey of views on religion, sexuality and marriage in 2018, and he published a popular level article about it earlier this week. I think it’s worth taking a look at his findings.

He writes:

Let me offer a word about the survey. I call it the American Political and Social Behavior survey, which interviewed 5,285 Americans in November 2018, just days after the midterm election. The data collection was conducted by Ipsos… a research firm with a very strong record of generating high-quality data for academic projects.

Here are his findings:

Views of unreligious, Catholic and evangelical Americans Views of unreligious, Catholic and evangelical Americans (click to expand)

This is…

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