On The View this morning, Aug. 17, the ladies were talking with psychics.
One man who does past life regressions said 40% of Americans under 30 believe in past lives. With older Americans it goes down to 30% and 20%.
Now I heard a couple of years ago that 75% of Americans are Christian.
So I’m not a mathematician. And we don’t know what % of under 30s are Christian. But it would appear many Christians don’t understand their own religion.
I mean, they say you die and are judged, and go to heaven or hell. On which life are Christians going to be judged?
My feeling is that many “Christians” aren’t true believers. They are mostly secular Christians who stay with religion for cultural and family reasons.
How do you explain this phenomenon?
Christians with past-lives? That goes against their religion?