Is It Early To See A Rise In Second-generation Nones?


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According to the General Social Survey from 2018, 23.1% of all respondents said that they have no religious affiliation. That means that roughly a third of people don’t belong to any organized religion. Does this suggest that we are going to enter a future where more people grow up in non-religious homes? Maybe, but we must wait another 5-10 years.

Texas Senate Passes a "License To Discriminate" Bill

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Texas - As Texas Tribune reports, after a heated debate, the measure passed on a 19–12 initial vote with one Democrat, Sen. Eddie Lucio, voting for it — and one Republican, Sen. Kel Seliger, voting against. It requires one more vote in the Senate before it can be sent to the Texas House for debate.