Which religions are most likely to convert?
The religious landscape in the United States is changing rapidly, with an increasing number of people choosing to attend religious services outside of their own denomination.
While many people in the religious tradition have traditionally chosen to worship in their own homes, they are beginning to flock to places like the American Conference of Catholic Bishops conference and the United Methodist Church.
The most important churches that have converted the most are evangelical, mainline Protestant and Pentecostal, according to a Pew Research Center survey.
As the number of mainline Protestant denominations has grown, so has the number that convert to evangelical Christianity.
The biggest churches that converted the least were African American Protestant churches, Pentecopalian churches and Lutheran churches.
A few other notable changes in the past few decades include the decline of black churches, the rise of the Pentecotism movement and the rise in the numbers of Hispanic, Muslim and other faith traditions.
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