From 2007 to 2014, the percentage of Americans that identify themselves as Christian has dropped from 78 percent to 71 percent, which amounts to five million adults in the seven year gap, according to a recent study conducted by the Pew Research Center.
Furthermore, in 2007, 36 million adults identified themselves as unaffiliated with any religious group. But that number that has jumped considerably to 56 million in 2014.
Click HERE to read the Associated Press story.
Click HERE to read the New York Times story.
The Pew Research Center offered no concrete answer as to why the Christian population has dropped.
So, why do you think there are less Christians in America? Please, share your respectful thoughts in the comments section.