The Seventh-Day Adventist Church Is the Most Diverse Church Group in America, Says Study

On a scale of 1 to 10, the Seventh-day Adventist Church in America is at a 9.1 when it comes to racial diversity and that number makes it the most diverse religious group in the United States, according to a new study from the Pew Research Center.
In the new analysis looking at 29 religious groups including mainline Protestant denominations and others, the Pew Research Center measured the distribution of Hispanics, non-Hispanic whites, blacks, Asians as well as mixed-race Americans and concluded that the Seventh-day Adventist Church is the most diverse of all.


It’s not about diversity; it’s about preaching the Gospel. BTW according to the chart in the article, there are no Hispanics in the Catholic Church. :rotfl: I guess they have never been to the Spanish Mass at our Cathedral.

The most diverse? And of what use is that information? What a waste of researchers’ time and effort.

The scoring seriously flawed. A perfect 10 is achieving 20% of each group, yet the general population only scores a 6.6 on the scale.

Though there’s interesting data in there.

Is this the same research center affiliated with the Pew charitable trust that anonymously channels money to the causes of their choice? Sure they are unbiased lol:rolleyes:

The chart has Latinos at 34% for the CC.

HAAH I’m sorry but that quote HIGHLY discredits this survey.

That’s not a quote, and it’s not what the chart says. On the chart, Latinos (Hispanics) are at 34% of the CC.

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