America has long been considered a 'Christian' nation, especially because it was founded on Judeo-Christian values. But a new study from the Pew Research Center finds that if recent trends continue, Christians could make up less than half of the U.S. population within a few decades.
"The numbers are certainly understandable" said Robin Armstrong, who happens to be a doctor, a politician, and a believer, "What we don't talk about much is that there is what I believe to be a big push, to cause the decline of the numbers of Christians in our country, and it's extremely concerning."
According to the survey, 64% of Americans right now in the U.S. claim to be Christians, down from 90% in 1972, while 30% say they have no religion at all.
"I believe what we see as the result, is societal decline" Armstrong told KTRH, "We see more problems as a result of it, we see more crime, we see more divorce, and that may cause a switching back. I hope and pray that further generations will be more convinced that Christianity is real."
Clearly, the left's attempt to remove God from our nation, along with our Constitution, has made an impact. But there is still growing hope for a revival, especially with how badly things have become in the last couple of years here in the U.S., so quickly.
"I believe that certainly this fall, we will see a return to some of those traditional values" noted Armstrong, "As the left pushes further and further away from God, we'll see a push-back towards our western Christian values, because that is what's made the nation great."
That leads us to the poll question today.