‘Nones’ And Religious Identity

Our very own Angie Thurston was a guest on On Point last week. If you haven’t already enjoy this great show about Religious Nones.

‘Nones’ And Religious Identity Today

With guest host Ray Suarez.

Twenty-three percent of Americans say they have no religious affiliation. What do they believe? And what does it mean for the country?




When opinion researchers ask about religious affiliation, they lay out the obvious choices — Christian, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu. If you check “No Affiliation,” or “None,” what do we call you? The n-o-n-e, or “Nones,” are the fastest-growing faith group in the country, and a major Democratic Party constituency. After decades of religiously flavored politics, and culture, how will America change? This hour On Point, the rise of the nones.

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