Christianity in the U.S. is quickly shrinking and may no longer be the majority religion within just a few decades, research finds

I think it's not so much as people being less religious as people realizing that church is a business and it's full of hypocrital pastors. People are tired of seeing news about pastors getting arrested often. Pastors praying on their congregation. The business of church is ruled by weak charasmatic men.

Homegroups are probably the way to go now. People are waking up to the fact that churches aren't important. It's the Bible and following Christ's path. No money is taken and no one demands authority over others. It's just people coming together to actually study the Bible.

People are getting tired of fake Christians and seeing pastors for what they are.

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