A new study shows that only six percent of Americans adhere to a biblical worldview.
The American Worldview Inventory 2020 survey is a premier study of an annual report conducted by veteran researcher George Barna of the newly launched Cultural Research Center at Arizona Christian University (ACU).
“The survey asked 51 worldview questions that examined both what people believe and how they conduct their lives”, The Christian Post reports.
The survey found that approximately one-fifth of congregants in evangelical Protestant churches hold fast to a biblical worldview (21 percent), whereas only one-sixth of those who attend charismatic or Pentecostal churches (16 percent) adhere to a biblical worldview.
Additionally, the numbers throughout mainline Protestant churches (8 percent), and Catholics (1 percent) were even lower.