As of 2011, eight of the 10 most religious states of the United States are located in the South. Interestingly, very religious Americans of major faiths have a higher over feeling of well being, than their counterparts who identify themselves as moderately or not religious.
Early history points out that from the First to the early Fourth Centuries, Many Christian communities worshipped in private homes and often in secret. This is probably due to the religious persecution that was common at the time. During the 13th Century, the first church pews were introduced when removable stone benches were placed against the walls of a church.
Today, Christians or other religious do not have to worship in secret in the United States. In fact, the United States prides itself on the religious freedoms offered to its resi Continue reading