Christianity is on the decline in the United States, while the number of people who identify with no organized religion is growing. Those are some key findings of the Pew Research Center's recently released U.S. Religious Landscape Study. Younger people aren't affiliating with churches the way their parents and grandparents did. We'll dig into the numbers, offer some conclusions and invite analysis, on this edition of Sound of Ideas.
Rob Bell, Controversial Pastor, Public Speaker and a New York Times Bestselling Author
Cathy Grossman, Senior National Correspondent, Religion News Service
Ryan Bell, Educator, Writer and Speaker on the topic of religion
Sarah Pulliam Bailey, Religion Reporter, The Washington Post
Leonard Tanks Jr-Young Adult Pastor, Hope Alliance Bible Church in Maple Heights
Joseph Kelly, History of Christianity, John Carrol University
Terri Baldwin, the Diocese of Cleveland Director of Evangelization