The question of who and what to believe has caused many in the United States, and the world, to lose faith in our institutions. Religion is no exception; we’re shifting ever closer to atheism or irreligion. In fact, the fastest-growing religion is no religion at all.
In the wake of this growing trend, a group of Americans looking to understand this shift join the Sorbo family, traveling to Israel to explore and examine their own faith and the impact that irreligion, disconnection, and cynicism are having on culture and society worldwide. They ask, do we really need religion at all?