A Pew research study in religious practices, in the U.S. today, shows a drop off in those who self-identify as Christians, losing 8 percent since 2007 (-3.1% among Catholics). Still, Christians make up 70 percent of the country’s religious individuals. Meanwhile those that identify with no religion (the “nones”) has grown larger, eclipsing some mainstream groups such as Roman Catholics.
What’s it all mean? Listen to this short, lively interview.