Friday, December 7, 2012

Married Workers per Capita

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In addition to changing demographics, rising divorce rates, and a poor economy since 2000, there's also the following.

October 9, 2012
As Protestants decline, those with no religion gain

"Protestant" is no longer America's top religious umbrella brand. It's been rained out by the soaring number of 'Nones' -- people who claim no faith affiliation.

For what it is worth, I'm a nonbeliever in a great many things. The resilience of the economy? The claims of politicians? A one true religion? You name it.

Rev. Albert Mohler, president of the Southern Baptists Theological Seminary in Louisville, saw a welcome clarity in the report, even if he didn't like the new picture in focus.

"Today, there's no shame in saying you're an unbeliever, no cultural pressure to claim a religious affiliation, no matter how remote or loose," Mohler says. "This is a wake-up call. We have an incredible challenge ahead for committed Christians."

Candy Mountain

Shun the nonbeliever. Shun. Shun.

Got kidney?

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Fatboy said...

Stagflationary Mark said...


cave in

All three noun definitions look pretty good, but the last one involves candy! ;)