why is it that the "South" is the area where many people still are regular church goers?
how compares to other areas of the country? (Btw, is Texas considered "The South" too? why or how about Oklahoma? what about Nebraska? or where ends?)
- Larry CLv 74 weeks agoFavorite Answer
They have a tradition to maintain
- Doug CatholicLv 74 weeks ago
Evangelical Christianity is fairly simple and straightforward, not asking much of the faithful, so it's relatively simple to practice.
- kswck2Lv 74 weeks ago
The South is usually described as Below the Mason-Dixon line.
Which is the Pennsylvania/Maryland border.
- jehenLv 74 weeks ago
Because southern white churches make it ok to hate people different from you. Not very Christ like, but it's been their successful business model for 250 years. https://www.npr.org/2020/07/01/883115867/white-sup...
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- Jeff DLv 74 weeks ago
The South is probably the most religious area, but the midwest is not far behind. The least religious ares are the Northeast and West Coasts.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Going to church helps them feel better about the things they do outside of church
- LANLv 74 weeks ago
Free air conditioning.
- PetterLv 74 weeks ago
South and out in the sticks would be the most common places today, yes. Is all about the money.