(includes non-evangelical born-again Cristians and notional Christians)
A non-evangelical born-again Christian believes their personal relationship with Christ results in their salvation, however they do not accept all parts of the Bible as being accurate and true.
Notional Christians do not believe that they are saved through just a personal relationship with Christ and they do not accept all parts of the Bible as being accurate and true.
We have combined these two groups together because surveys show they are essentially the same in their outlook on life. They have similar levels of stress and satisfaction with their life. What they have in common is that both groups, unlike Evangelicals, do not believe the Bible is 100% true and accurate.
Excluding evangelicals, about 77% of Americans say they are Christians.
For more information about faith groups in America, see the Barna Group