Study: Many Faithful Experience Change of Heart According to a new survey by the Pew Forum on Religious Life, 44 percent of adults change their religious affiliation from that of their childhood. A roundtable of spiritual counselors discusses how the challenges of intimate interfaith relationships might support the new findings.
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Study: Many Faithful Experience Change of Heart

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Study: Many Faithful Experience Change of Heart

Study: Many Faithful Experience Change of Heart

Study: Many Faithful Experience Change of Heart

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According to a new survey by the Pew Forum on Religious Life, 44 percent of adults change their religious affiliation from that of their childhood.

Spiritual counselors Tenzi Lhamo, a Tibetan Buddhist nun ordained by the Dalai Lama, the Rev. Bernard Richardson, Dean of the Andrew Rankin Memorial Chapel at Howard University, an ordained minister and a counselor, and Dr. Marion Usher, of the D.C. Jewish Community Center, discuss how the challenges of intimate interfaith relationships might support the new findings.