Dear UNESCO council, please consider that America is losing religion fast. With your help, we can stop that loss. We can build more churches for specific religions and teach our children religion. We could also make schools/classes that teach our children about their religion.
This article shows that since 1990, Americans have been abandoning both belief and religious affiliation at such a fast pace. In fact, at this rate by the year 2035, it is likely that 35% of the population of America will have no religious affiliation. This is showing that we need to build more churches and teach the children of the future about religion. Religion is not just a part of you but apart from your culture.
This article states with fewer Americans identifying as religious, communities are losing a valuable third space for connecting people socially and civically. The percentage of Americans who identify as religious has been on a consistent decline. This shows that we need religious meetings and that we need to spread religion to the non-religious people.
This article states that more Americans think it’s not necessary to believe in God to be moral. Including both religious and non-religious people. It also states that 56% of Americans say that it’s “not necessary to believe in God to be moral and have good values,” This is showing that not enough Americans have religion and realize how important God is. We can change this by making more churches available to specific religions and help make non-religious people change.
This article states that America will lose of religion will dramatically accelerate over the next 20 years and those with no faith will become an even larger group than Protestants in the US. The fraction of people with no religious affiliation has increased from less than 10% in the 1990s to more than 20% now. This shows that religion will die out in America but we can change that.
This article states that we can preserve religions by having daily meetings. Doing this can preserve religions by having out kids and nonreligious people join these meetings. because