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Church Cooperation in Community Life

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Author: Paul L. Vogt
Published: 1921
Language: English
Wordcount: 30,378 / 99 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 50.9
LoC Category: BS
Downloads: 413
Added to site: 2008.07.24
mnybks.net#: 21582
Genre: Religion
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1910-20, 14.9 per cent, the church membership from 1906-1916 increased 19.6 per cent. The total church membership increase, 6,858,796, was 50.2 per cent of 13,710,842, the increase in total population. These figures of church membership increase, covering a period before the European war began to affect this country seriously, indicate that the general rising ethical standards of American life have had their reflection in the larger personal as well as financial support of the religious forces.

While data are not available as to the proportion of rural and urban population belonging to church, the census gives figures as to the church membership in communities of over 25,000 population. According to census estimates, 32.7 per cent of the population lived in cities of over that population in 1916. The religious census shows that 36.5 per cent of the church membership lived in communities of that size. Contrary to popular impression, the larger centers actually have a larger proportionate church membersh

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