We see a decline in the numbers of those who identify themselves as belonging to a religion. There is also a switching pattern that is strongly tilted toward switching away from America's most populace religion - Christianity. https://www.pewresearch.org/fact-ta...l-help-determine-christianitys-course-in-u-s/ I'm just wondering if there are those who have thought about how that trend could possibly be reversed, or even slowed. I watched a recent TedTalk on this, which included one point that I thought was interesting. The idea of switching TOO a religion isn't nearly so attractive as switching away. As an exercise, one might consider how it would feel to try to switch from ones own religion to some other religion. For example, if you are Christian, consider what it would feel like to switch to Hinduism or Islam, or some other choice. Clearly, ones own reaction to that is negative - but that is the kind of reaction others feel when considering switching to Christianity, isn't it? One might ask whether this slide away from Christianity, or religion in general, is permanent or whether there are possibilities for slowing or reversing that tend. Have Christians thought about this?