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The 1929 book, "Recent Social Trends in the United States" reported:

"The most fundamental change in the intellectual life of the United States is the apparent shift from Biblical authority and religious sanctions to scientific and factual authority and sanctions."

"So, at any rate, Professor Hornell Hart, of Bryn Mawr College reads the signs...Two other investigators find evidence of a decline in dogma and a rise in the 'social gospel' as evidence of the humanist form of religion which Professor Hart sees foreshadowed by the morning sun."

In 1900 people wanted to know why men didn't like going to church...

     


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Secular America on the Rise (Literary Digest, 1933)

Secular America on the Rise (Literary Digest, 1933)

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