Print Edition: Feb. 22, 2015
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Facts of Life
BY The Editors
As marriage goes, so goes the vitality of
the Church. That’s according to a new study by Princeton University sociology
professor Robert Wuthnow, who found a connection between falling church
attendance and increasing numbers of young adults delaying, or just saying No
to, a walk down the aisle. The study revealed that men are 57% less likely to
regularly attend church if they are not married, while single women are 41%
less likely to attend church than their married counterparts.
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