Study Shows Americans Embrace “Feel Good” Spirituality Yet Reject Theology

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The Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life recently released a U.S. Religious Landscape Survey. That survey of 35,000 Americans showed that a vast majority believe in God and pray at least once a day. However, the study also found those same Americans do not align their personal actions and beliefs with the theological tenets of their chosen faith. Dr. Janice Crouse, Senior Fellow and Director of CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, says this study points to our nation’s growing embrace of soft sentimentality over substance.

Note: Dr. Crouse addressed some of the consequences of this issue in her article Muddying the Evangelical Waters.

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