Why Did America Lose Its Religion? Thank the Internet.

By Hemant Mehta In an article for The Atlantic, writer Derek Thompson recognizes the rise of the non-religious. In 1990, we were roughly 8% of the U.S. population. By 2000, we were 14%. By 2010, 18%. It’s about 23% now. It keeps going up and there’s no sign of the trend slowing down. What Thompson wants to know is …