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“We live in our description of a place and not in the place itself.” -- Wallace Stevens. Young adults lack religious interest. Immigration threatens Christianity’s dominance of American religious life. Evangelicals are in the pocket of the Republican right wing.

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We live in our description of a place and not in the place itself wallace stevens l.jpg

“We live in our description of a place and not in the place itself.”-- Wallace Stevens


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  • Young adults lack religious interest.

  • Immigration threatens Christianity’s dominance of American religious life.

  • Evangelicals are in the pocket of the Republican right wing.

  • Mainline Protestants are politically irrelevant.


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  • US hopelessly caught up in culture war.

  • America is entering a post-denominational era.


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Affiliation with Major Religious Traditions Age 21-45


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Percent of Current Affiliates Who Were Affiliated with a Different Tradition at Age 16


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Religious Centers in Hawaii (Harvard Pluralism Project)

  • The Pluralism Project at Harvard University

  • Resources by state

  • Resources by religious tradition

  • Search Results

  • Your search for State: Hawaii retrieved 87 results

  • New Search

  • Chua Linh Son98847 Ilice St.Aiea, HI 96701Phone: 808-488-3425Buddhism

  • Soto Mission of AieaP.O. Box 926, 99-045 Kauhale St.Aiea, HI 96701Buddhism

  • Kauai Soto Zen Temple ZenshujiP.O. Box 248Eleele, HI 96705Buddhism

  • Ewa Sotoji1137 Hulili St.Ewa, HI 96706Phone: 808-681-6822Buddhism

  • Maui Zendo911 Kaupakalua Rd.Haiku, HI 96708Buddhism

  • Haleiwa Jodo Mission66-279A Haleiwa RoadHaleiwa, HI 96712Phone: 808-637-4382Buddhism


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“Churched” Population, 2000


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Concentration of “Churched” Population, 2000


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Concentration of Mainline Protestants, 2000


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“Wedge” Issues


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Religious Priorities


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Political Affiliation, 2007


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  • Young adults lack religious interest.

  • Immigration threatens Christianity’s dominance of American religious life.

  • Evangelicals are in the pocket of the Republican right wing.

  • Mainline Protestants are politically irrelevant.


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  • US hopelessly caught up in culture war.

  • America is entering a post-denominational era.


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Sources


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