Many are no longer passing on the old sacred teachings, but they are imparting a new one: that everyone has not just a right but a duty to choose their own worldview.
The trend toward non-religiousness in this generation is probably here to stay. The upsides include increasing levels of tolerance.
Each weekend, Harris Zafar drives into downtown Portland and allows anyone to ask him anything about Islam.
A Central California community has added a fourth "R" to the core curriculum in its public schools: Religion. Sociologist Emile Lester answers our questions about the experiment.