Wealth and Religious Belief . . . hmmmm. - Tim Hatch Live
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Interesting chart from the Pew Research Center about the level of wealth and religious belief. From the data, the wealthier a nation is – the less religious it remains/becomes and vice versa. America seems to be a rare occurrence where wealth has not totally eroded our convictions.
Pew Chart

Let’s pray we never forget to depend on God . . . and it starts with the church.

4 Comments
  • Marilyn
    Posted at 12:20h, 06 December

    I didn’t know we had a blog, this is pretty cool… Well I have to get to work, I’ll come back later :0)

  • firstlady
    Posted at 12:30h, 06 December

    I would be interesting to see a poll of the per capita income of the average church going evangelical in the United States. Globally, the statistics may be low, but nationally I bet we’d score high on the charts.

  • JohnDFirewire
    Posted at 13:15h, 10 December

    Fortunately, we are not seeking to achieve the greatest religiosity; rather we are seeking the most durable relationship and relationships!

  • JohnDFirewire
    Posted at 13:17h, 10 December

    It would be interesting to look at the method of scoring religiosity–what are the criteria, questions, etc.