America is on a downward spiral when it comes to religion. New research reveals that Millennials are significantly less religious than previous generations, with only about half saying they believe in God. In fact, a growing number of U.S. adults say they don’t associate with any particular religion. But according to Dr. Jerry Martin, it’s time to rejuvenate our nation’s faith—by showing that belief in God does not require a religious affiliation.
“God is not limited to one culture or religion,” says Dr. Martin, author of God: An Autobiography, as Told to a Philosopher. “Each belief system is a different piece of the overall puzzle, one aspect of the journey to religious fulfillment.”
Available for engaging interviews, commentary, and bylines, Dr. Martin can discuss:
How the 21st century is changing the shape of what religion will become.
What religion means to Millennials, and how it is shifting throughout families.
People are no longer born into religions, they choose it.
The difference between those who call themselves ‘spiritual’ but not ‘religious.’
Why now is the time to use faith as a unifying force around the world