Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Question of the Day

From the Washington Post:

America has always been a competitive religious marketplace, but a major survey released yesterday shows a country increasingly exploring different faith identities and ways of worship. More than 40 percent of respondents told pollsters that they had changed their religious affiliation since childhood.

What about you?

Have you changed your religious affiliation since childhood, assuming you had one to begin with?

For me, yes. I was raised and confirmed in the Episcopal church, left it when I felt drawn to the Quakers in college, and have stayed with them ever since.