The decline in church membership, particularly among young people, raises concerns about the future ability of these institutions to serve their communities. Since the turn of the 21st century, church membership among adults has been declining. This raises concerns about the changing landscape of America’s religious landscape. Is secularism and declining faith part of the cause of our divided society? Former Senator Jim DeMint, chairman of the Conservative Partnership Institute, joins the show to talk about how this decline in faith is affecting our communities and our relationships with one another.