As the country reopens establishments and places of worship, most Americans are still afraid to return to their normal routines.
According to a study from American Enterprise Institute, 64% of respondents answered that they are “somewhat” or “very” uncomfortable with going back to church.
We’re seeing among laypeople a significant amount of discomfort in going back to formal in-person religious practices. —Daniel Cox, a research fellow at American Enterprise Institute
Despite President Donald Trump’s directive to reopen churches, many people are still hesitant to attend in-person religious services. Even if their congregation is ready to welcome members inside the church, 56% of Christians said they are not going, reports Relevant Magazine.
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