Why do the majority ( 71% according to a recent Gallup poll) of Americans STILL believe in....HELL?
Of all first world, postindustrial, computerized nations, Americans were found to be overwhelmingly religious. 81% are religiously affiliated. 57% still believe in the devil according to a poll done by YouGov.
I've heard that YouGov is not a reliable statistics site, but even going with that information, 81% identifying as religious in some way does not automatically equate them with being Christian or following a major religion. I would say the majority of Americans are likely spiritual or agnostic, considering church attendance across the nation is dropping rapidly.
And hell has different definitions for different people. Hell could be right here on earth, doing the mundane day-to-day for some.
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