By Rachel Bridges
Since the 70s, the number of college students who identify as non-religious has almost doubled, according to studies by UCLA.
Christian Science, a sect of Christianity that includes metaphysical aspects, was a small religion to begin with, boasting only 270,000 members at its peak. At a Christian Science church in Raleigh, there’s only one college student in the congregation.
Rachel Bridges reports.
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