According to the latest LifeWay research Americans love God and believe the Bible (sort of) but are confused about the details.
Six in 10 say everyone eventually goes to heaven, but half say only those who believe in Jesus will be saved. And while 7 in 10 say there’s only one true God—Father, Son and Holy Spirit—two-thirds say God accepts worship of all faiths.
Most Americans still identify as Christians. But they seem to be confused about some of the details of their faith.
For example about two-thirds of Americans believe Jesus is God while half say Jesus is a being created by God.
Evangelical believers say hell is for real. Other Americans aren’t so sure.
Many evangelical believers say everybody goes to heaven. They also believe that only those who trust Jesus as their Savior are saved.
Everyone sins a little, but most people are good by nature
The resurrection really happened. But not everything else in the Bible did
Americans believe in the Trinity. But are fuzzy on the details.
Americans disagree about sex, abortion, homosexuality and gender.
Three-quarters of Americans say people must contribute their own effort for personal salvation.