Go Figure

The number of Americans who say they have no religion is growing.
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Articles referenced in the above statistics include:

Monaghan proposes world's largest crucifix25-story religious icon to anchor Ave Maria campus. (The Detroit News)
Charting unchurched AmericaFourteen percent profess no religion. For them, spirituality is found elsewhere. (USA Today)
The U.S. Congregational Life SurveyA National and International Study of Congregations.

Christianity Today's past Go Figure columns include:

Orlando's Holy Land Experience surpasses first year expectations and Christian music soars in 2001. (April 1, 2002)
Can an atheist lead a protest from the grave? (March 12, 2002)
Do Christian readers want more fiction or more Bible studies? (Feb. 6, 2002)
More Americans who read the Bible are "at peace" than those who don't. (Jan. 25, 2002)
How many U.S. senior pastors have a gift of evangelism? (Dec. 14, 2001)
Changes after September 11 (Nov. 12, 2001)
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