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More on the rise of the “nones”

A study published by the Institute for the Study of Societal Issues says that the number of people who claim no religious affiliation as grown. Most of these “nones” are people who believe in God and most had a religious affiliation earlier in life.

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Discussing faith and belief

Andrew Marr on BBC 4 discusses the nature of faith and belief with Jonathan Safran Foer, Richard Holloway, Karen Armstrong and Helen Edmundson, who all live outside of their traditional faiths and in the agnostic middle ground.

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Not interested

Studies are appearing that reveal that there are significant numbers of people who are not only unaffiliated religiously but also don’t really care. Call them the not-spiritual-not-religious-not-interested.

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