Gallup reports: In U.S., Rise in Religious "Nones" Slows in 2012. The 17.8% who reported no religious identity in 2012 is on par with 2011
Of course, this is not surprising.
Professor Eric Kaufman wrote: concerning Europe:
In many European countries, the proportion of conservative Christians is close to the number who are recorded as attending church weekly. This would suggest an increasingly devout Christian remnant is emerging in western Europe which is more resistant to secularization. This shows up in France, Britain and Scandinavia (less Finland), the most secular countries where we have 1981, 1990 and 2000 EVS and 2004 ESS data on religiosity...See also: The future of European Darwinism and atheism is bleak
Of course, given that a special focus is going to be placed on building Christian alliances for the Question Evolution! Campaign, Christendom is going to become more and more resistant to Darwinism and other materialist ideologies.
Vox Day writes about the recent Gallup survey concerning the "nones":
Given that the vast economic depression that began in 2008 still hasn't even been officially recognized, it should be no surprise that the pendulum has merely slowed, and not turned entirely.To better understand what Vox Day is getting at please read: Social unrest in Europe altering its religious landscape and Does atheism thrive on economic prosperity? Does religion prosper when people are desperate and ignorant?
Also, there appears to be a lot of confusion about who the "nones" consist of due to sloppy data gathering plus a large segment of the "nones" seems to be a very confused lot . See: The "nones" - spiritual but not religious - are more vulnerable to mental disorder accordingy to a study and Research shows a significant amount of American nondenominational church members are checking "unaffiliated" or "no religion" on surveys
2013 is already starting to be a bad year for Darwinism, atheism and agnosticism. We predicted this would happen!
Question Evolution! Campaign and its 15 questions for evolutionists spread significantly wider. I would tell you what it is, but I would not want to spoil the surprise. Plus, in 2013 we are going to release some surprises into the campaign to keep the opposition off balance.
And speaking of getting messages out, the website of the pro-evolution New York Times has been losing global market share according to Alexa. In addition, there are reports that the newspaper may be laying off high level employees soon. See: Possible NYT layoffs rattle media This could cause a vicious circle of lower quality and continued decline of influence.
The Huffington Post reported:
New York Times editor Jill Abramson has been "begging" with senior editors at the paper to step down, New York magazine reported Friday.Evolutionists, if environmentalism is going to receive less attention from the NY Times, what makes you think the same isn't going to happen to press coverage of evolutionism?
The Times is also rejiggering its newsroom in other ways; on Friday, it announced it was shuttering its environmental desk, though nobody is losing their jobs as a result.
Also, the pro biblical creation WorldNetDaily which cited this blog has increased their web traffic.
Evolutionists, we predicted that 2013 was going to be a very bad year for Darwinism. It is already happening! See: Making 2013 be the WORST year in the history of Darwinism.
Below are some Alexa web traffic graphs of the websites of the respective news organizations:
Question Evolution! Campaign resources and other resources
Question Evolution! Campaign
15 questions for evolutionists
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 1 - Questions 1-3
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 4–8
Responses to the 15 Questions: part 2 - Questions 9-15
Creation Ministries International Question Evolution! Videos