How to tell whether you’re a Christian or a Muslim – a new study

There’s a new generation of Christians who are more likely to identify as Muslims than as Christians.

The Pew Research Center has found that the growing number of American adults identifying as Muslims is a result of social change in America.

The report, The Global Religious Landscape Survey, examined 1,001 adults from around the world.

The study found that more than one in four (21%) said they are a Christian and that one in six (18%) said that they are Muslim.

The report also revealed that more Americans than ever before (22%) now say they are non-religious.

What is the global religion landscape?

The report found that Muslims account for more than 40% of the world’s Christians and Hindus.

They account for nearly one in three (36%) Americans and one in five (19%) of people worldwide.

However, according to the report, the global religions are split into three distinct categories: secular, religious and spiritual.

There are more than two billion people who identify as atheists in the world today.

However it is important to note that this report only looked at people in the United States.

According to Pew Research, the world is home to an estimated 1.2 billion Muslims.

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