I thought I’d post something non-controversial this time, and perhaps something we can all put our heads together to try and explain. I love browsing for the latest polls indicating political or religious beliefs, and I came across something I still can’t quite wrap my head around.
According to this poll,
“14% of Americans that do not believe in God self-identify as Christian”.
I was curious as to what some of my fellow Catholics might see as the explanation for this. Is it a cultural identity thing? A case of deep, twisted confusion? At least 1% of them that maybe have some ingenious way of explaining it – perhaps they follow Jefferson’s Jesus? All of the above? None of the above?
Let the comments roll.