One of the more significant trends of late is the rise of the “nones”, people who aren’t avowedly atheist but have no religious affiliation.
The theistic orientation distribution of those with no religious affiliation among GSS respondents from 2010-2016 for contemporary relevance (subsequent graphs cover the same time period):
Nearly 1-in-4 Americans now report having no religious affiliation and more than 1-in-3 Americans under the age of 30 report the same. And while most atheists and agnostics–72%–have no affiliation, most of those who have no affiliation are theists. Can God live on nomadically in the hearts of those with no home (of worship) to take Him to?
Somewhat relatedly, the meek continue to inherit the earth:
GSS variables used: GOD(1)(2)(3-5)(6), RACECEN1(1), HISPANIC(1), CHILDS, WORDSUM, RELIG(1-3,5-13)(4)