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Spiritual but Not Religious: The Advent of Eastern Religion in Western America

Introduction In 2016, Barna Group conducted a survey of U.S. adults over the age of 18 in all 50 states to determine the beliefs of those who state they are “spiritual but not religious.”[1] The results of the research indicate that roughly 11% of the population readily identify with this designation, comprised mostly of Generation X and Baby Boomers. Less than one hundred years ago, such a category did not even exist; people identified with a defined religion or as unbelievers (atheistic or agnostic).

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