This report from Rasmussen is quite encouraging, especially in light of the naysayers who think Christianity is dying in the old USA. It is changing but not dying.
While Easter is not the most important holiday of the year for the majority of Americans, most plan on attending a church service to honor it.
Thirty-nine percent (39%) of American Adults continue to regard Easter, the day Christians believe marks the resurrection of Jesus Christ, as one of our nation’s most important holidays.
A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that only 12% think it’s among the least important holidays, while 46% place it somewhere in between.
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