"The move toward secularism happened incredibly fast in the U.S.

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"While the trend toward atheism and agnosticism in Europe has been a slow but steady decline, Bullivant said, the increase in Christians dropping the faith didn't really take off in the U.S. until the early 2000s, and the decline since then has been steep and quick.
For people who study such trends, there was kind of this feeling in the '90s that if a rise in secularism hadn't happened yet in America, there was no reason to think it would. "Even the most dramatic historical examples of religious growth or decline tend to occur over many generations," said Bullivant. "But then it was as if in the early 2000s, something was released."
 

https://www.grid.news/story/politics/2022/12/17/a-mass-exodus-from-christianity-is-underway-in-america-heres-why/
Ironically, the myriad  of "god" beliefs of humanity are proving to be more dangerous than us learning that we are on our own, making the way we treat each other far more important