Religion in the US has changed quite a bit over the last decade, with a lot of the old paradigms having come to an end.
As a result, a lot has changed about the way we approach religion.
We’re more open to new ideas and new experiences.
There’s been a lot more conversation about what it means to be human and to be part of the community.
There are more people coming out and saying, ‘I don’t believe in this anymore’.
I think that’s very important for the culture, because religion is a really powerful social institution.
I don’t think you’re going to find the same amount of people in the country who believe in God as you did before the Great Depression.
We have people who say, ‘God’s not real’.
It’s not as important to them as it is to us.
They just want to get rid of it, and that’s what’s happening in the rest of the world.
There is also a big amount of interest in science and technology, and there’s a lot that people who don’t follow a lot, but are interested in them, are becoming interested in religion.
Religion is becoming more mainstream.
Religion has been on the rise for the last 30 years, but it’s not necessarily the biggest thing that people are looking for.
It’s just not the main thing.