There’s a slow erosion of Christianity in America and it flows from the nation’s public education system, according to the co-author of the book “Crimes of the Educators.” “One of the big things we looked at for ‘Crimes of the Educators’ was how the educators – and by this I think it’s important to say we don’t mean the average teacher in the classroom; we’re talking about the education establishment – but what we looked at was how the government schools were systematically destroying children’s belief in biblical religion, in Christianity,” Alex Newman told WND in an interview.

Christianity in America does appear to be declining slowly but surely. While 78 percent of Americans identified as Christian in 2007, only 71 percent did so in 2014. According to a Pew Research Center report, younger generations are successively less Christian than those before them, so that while 85 percent of the Silent generation considers itself Christian, only 56 percent of younger Millennials do so. FULL REPORT