Just because white evangelicals are outnumbered in NYC doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of faithful here.
There’s a stereotype out there that NYC is one big, secular, godless pothole. The 80 percent of New Yorkers who believe in God would disagree. Roxy and Katelyn talk to two women, one Jewish, one Muslim, about how they embody their own faiths in a city that immediately recognizes them as “religious.”
Plus, the two hosts nerd out on some numbers — all while exploring the incredible religious diversity in the city of 8 million.