A study released yesterday by The Barna Group on faith and geography offers several surprises, including this one: . . .
. . . [W]hen determining which metropolitan area has the greatest number of evangelical adults, the outcome will shock many people: Los Angeles. The city that produces the media often criticized or boycotted by evangelicals is also home to nearly one million of those deeply devout Christians. In fact, there are more evangelical adults in the Los Angeles market than there are in the New York, Chicago and Boston metropolitan areas -- combined!
Hat tip to ReligionJournal.com.