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Is America Becoming An Anti-Christ Nation?

• End of the American Dream

For most of our history, the population of the United States was overwhelmingly Christian, and the values that governed our society were primarily Christian values.  But of course everything has changed in recent decades.  When Barack Obama boldly declared that "we do not consider ourselves a Christian nation" in 2009, he was speaking the truth.  We are no longer a Christian nation and we haven't been for a very long time.  So if we aren't a Christian nation at this point, what exactly are we?

According to the Pew Research Center, 64 percent of Americans still considered themselves to be "Christians" in 2020

About 64% of Americans call themselves Christian today. That might sound like a lot, but 50 years ago that number was 90%, according to a 2020 Pew Research Center study. That same survey said the Christian majority in the US may disappear by 2070.