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These twin statements are generalizations, but they capture the essence of a fascinating finding in a new Joliet who wanna fuck about Christian identity in Western Europe. By surveying almost 25, people in 15 countries in the region, and comparing the with data ly gathered in the U.

First, researchers confirmed the widely known fact that, overall, Americans are much more religious than Western Europeans.

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The Oasis Networkwhich brings together non-believers to sing and learn every Sunday morning, has affiliates in nine U. Many were secular.

Joseph Blankholm, a professor at UC Santa Barbara who focuses on atheism and secularism, told me Sex dating in San geronimo Cold War was a particularly important inflection point.

That identity is being consciously formed by specific actors like Truman and Eisenhower, who are promoting a Christian identity at home and abroad, over against a godless communism. Now, a quarter of Americans are religiously unaffiliated, and secularism can mean a wide range of things.

He cited the Humanistic Judaism movement, which sprang up in the U.

This raises an issue for researchers, because it suggests their traditional measures of religiosity can no longer be trusted to accurately identify religious people. It drilled down further, asking whether they believe in God as described in the Bible or whether they believe in some other higher power.

Submit a letter to the editor or write to letters theatlantic. Sigal Samuel is a former associate editor at The Atlantic, covering religion and global affairs. She is the author of The Mystics of Mile End.