Many US Adults Consider Themselves Spiritual but not Religious

SPAIN — According to a recent study by the Pew Research Center, 22% of American adults consider themselves ‘spiritual but not religious’. This group views organized religion as divisive or propagating intolerance, which aligns with the decline of some traditional religious practices.

A quarter of adults in the US consider themselves ‘spiritual, but not religious’

Specialists conducted a deep analysis with different questions…

Do you consider yourself spiritual? Do you consider yourself religious?

What importance does spirituality have in your life?

70% of respondents describe themselves as spiritual

53% of respondents consider themselves religious

73% believe in a higher power, but only 20% believe in the God of the Bible

The Pew Research Center interviewed 11,200 American adults.

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