The Secular Bear Market In God
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02-08-2013, 04:59 AM
The Secular Bear Market In God
I find hope in these numbers. Hopefully the money is being invested in something truly beneficial like shelters for the homeless or food kitchens.

"Construction spending missed expectations falling 0.6% in June.

One of the notable drags on construction was the decline in spending on religious constructions, which was down 6.8% on the month, and 12.2% on the year.

A further breakdown, shows that private religious construction spending was down 7.3% on the month and 12.7% on the year.

But construction spending on religious institutions has been on a long-term, secular decline for some time now."


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/religious...z2aoBAHIYX

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02-08-2013, 06:29 AM
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(02-08-2013 04:59 AM)Full Circle Wrote:  I find hope in these numbers. Hopefully the money is being invested in something truly beneficial like shelters for the homeless or food kitchens.

"Construction spending missed expectations falling 0.6% in June.

One of the notable drags on construction was the decline in spending on religious constructions, which was down 6.8% on the month, and 12.2% on the year.

A further breakdown, shows that private religious construction spending was down 7.3% on the month and 12.7% on the year.

But construction spending on religious institutions has been on a long-term, secular decline for some time now."


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/religious...z2aoBAHIYX

Oh great, now atheists are to blame for the decline in construction jobs as well. please no one tell fox news

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