How Much Do We Know: Statistics on Christian Ignorance

Thursday, 16 Aug 2007

— Lincoln Barrett, in Ladies' Home Journal, cited in Gallup and Castelli: "Although 95 percent of the Americans say they believe in God, it is by no means clear that they acknowledge the God of biblical revelation, who speaks to man from beyond himself and awakens in him a sense of dependency, moral unworthiness and obligation to obey His will." — Gallup and Castelli observe that during a period of heightened civil religion (the 1950's), "the state of religious knowledge in this period (as in later decades) was anything but impressive. Fewer than half the ...

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