The Changing U.S. Religious Landscape
Nearly one-fourth of Americans define themselves as "religiously unaffiliated," according to a recent study by the PEW Research Center. Coming up, how the U.S. landscape of religion, spirituality and secularism is changing.
- Gregory Smith, associate director of research, PEW Research Center
- Isaac Weiner, assistant professor of comparative studies at OSU
- Linda Mercadante, theology professor at Methodist Theological School in Ohio, author of “Belief Without Borders: Inside the Minds of the Spiritual but not Religious”
This show originally aired on 14, 2015 at 10 a.m.