“Brooks calculates that among all non-evangelicals, regular church attendance has the effect of increasing the likelihood of regarding family decline as America’s most serious problem by a factor of f

“Brooks calculates that among all non-evangelicals, regular church attendance has the effect of increasing the likelihood of regarding family decline as America’s most serious problem by a factor of five. Among evangelical Protestants, Brooks found that “regular church attenders [were] over 24 times more likely than nonattenders to consider family decline as the most important problem.”