A current survey, being released Monday, found traditional organized religion playing less of a role in many lives. Thirty percent of married couples did not have a religious wedding ceremony and 27 percent of respondents said they did not want a religious funeral.
Highlighted from the American Religious Identification Survey 2008
• The challenge to Christianity in the U.S. does not come from other religions but rather from a rejection of all forms of organized religion.
Fighting the "good fight" is at times battling on a slippery slope as numbers of the moral and ethical population dwindle yet as the religious relativists fall away the "good fight" becomes more apparent and clear as people will begin to experience what the real difference is between choosing life versus choosing death.