Survey: USA's Protestant majority might soon be no more. LINK HERE By Cathy Lynn Grossman, USA TODAY New statistics on religious diversity show the USA's historic Protestant majority has plummeted to 52%, and by the end of 2004 it may no longer be the nation's dominant religious group. ..."Growing pluralism forces an examination of our commonality," he says. "How do we find basis for agreement" in schools, neighborhoods and voting booths? I hope those on this board who view pluralism and diversity as such a good thing will not soon regret their support. Especially when decisions of the majority no longer even resemble a reflection of Christian values.