The Pew Research Center's 2015 study on religion found that nearly 23% of adults in the United States have no religious affiliation. That's up from 16% in 2007. The Religious Landscape Study also identified that 1 in 5 US adults were raised as members of a religion but now say they have no religious affiliation.
A new book, I Don't Know What to Believe: Making Spiritual Peace with Your Religion, examines this trend. WSIU's Jeff Williams recently talked with Rabbi Kamin about his book for this edition of In The Author's Voice.
I Don't Know What to Believe is published by Central Recovery Press. More information on the book is available at www.benkamin.com