March 1st, 2013
- Originally published: October 12, 2012
Greg Smith Extended Interview
“The religiously unaffiliated population is not wholly secular. It is wrong to think of them as consisting entirely of non-believers, for example. We know that many, if not most of them say they do believe in God,” says Greg Smith, senior researcher at the Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life.
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