It’s a fascinating, and sobering, postscript to my previous blog on “Nones and Dones: “The number of unchurched people in America would make the 8th most populous country in the world!” George Barna’s most current research on the issue of Nones and Dones is dated 2014.
They are often the best, the brightest, the finest, most faithful, and the most committed to Christ–those who take their faith very seriously. That’s who the nones are, and they’re 25% of our population that fits into this unaffiliated faith group. Reaching the Nones and Dones. The Nones and Dones… Over the past few years, religious studies experts have written about two groups who are negatively affecting religion in America. Rather, John has joined the Dones. He said, “I’m just done. There are another 7,000,000 “on their way” to being done for a total of 72,000,000 nones and dones. The "DONES" are the Newest "NONES" The Press Release, dated November 14, 2014, highlights some of the conclusions that came out of the recent "Future of the Church Summit" that was held last month in Colorado. Many of them were involved in church. We live in desperate times. The “Nones” vs. the “Dones” March 27, 2015 Neil Carter Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! Jesus produced some “Nones” and “Dones.” In St. Mark 10:22, Jesus attracted a young man, whom we call “the rich young ruler,” but once he heard Jesus’ requirements, he went sadly away.
For those unfamiliar with the terms, “nones” are those who self identify as having no religion, including atheists, agnostics, and those who believe in God but reject particular religious traditions. The dones are a little different. These 3 talks address the “Nones and Dones” and how to reach them. The Christ warriors have the difficult yet very rewarding task of helping those lost souls find the loving light of Jesus. The nones and dones are not rebellious, wounded, bitter, Absaloms, Jezebels, and heretics as they are so often caricatured. Consequently, the number of people whose salvation is in jeopardy is also growing. They’re sometimes called the de-churched.
Home Outreach Leaders Articles for Outreach & Missions A Church for the Nones, the Dones and the Undones. They have not joined the also-growing legion of those with no religious affiliation—often called the Nones. And it’s growing massively. Nones, Dones and Religionless Christianity, Part 1 April 17, 2017 Guest Contributor Patheos Explore the world's faith through different perspectives on religion and spirituality! The Nones and Dones… Over the past few years, religious studies experts have written about two groups who are negatively affecting religion in America. By. Some of the American Church's most faithful and active members are becoming the quickest to permanently walk out the doors, according to new research. The “Nones” are the increasing number of Americans who check “none” on the religious affiliation section of census forms and polls, indicating they do not affiliate with a religion.