Why Young Ex-Christians are Ex-Christians, According to the Latest Research

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Pew Reseae b polled "nones," Pell,e who d I nt identify with any religious tradition, who answered they questioned a lot of religious teaching or disliked Cheistians' social and political positions. But this 2018 poll didn't allow them to answer in their own words, as Pew had in a 2016 survey, in which the predominant answer was that people didn't think Christian ity was true. This shows we need to strategize to teach the truth of the faith.

By
J. Warner Wallace
Category
Why We Believe
Ministry Strategy
Religious/Social Research
Publication Year
2018
Resource Type
Text-Based Resource
Minimum Familiarity Level
Anyone
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