While conventional wisdom says young Americans will come back to church when they marry and have kids, it’s likely many millennials will remain secular instead, suggests a recent study.
When we see others who are not doing as well as we are, we need a method for making sense of that. Without religious beliefs, many people seize upon politics with the same moral fervor.
If there’s anything materially wealthy America could use in 2019, it’s an infusion of spiritual affluence, something like a 21st century Great Awakening.
The Society of St. Vincent de Paul organized a Saturday-morning summit on the decline of the American family in St. Louis last weekend. It provided an open discussion and practical ideas.
Believers who think they can follow Christ without his church are on the road to unbelief and isolation. According to all the best evidence we have, do-it-yourself Christianity rapidly ends in apostasy.
A case for why unbelievers need to come to their ‘What do I know?’ moment and be less critical of others as they explore belief and disbelief.
Weak Christianity is getting weaker and robust, and orthodox Christianity is getting stronger in terms of adherents, if not by theological maturity.
Elites don’t exactly live like the characters they create, or buck the norms they outwardly oppose, as Tim Carney explains in ‘Alienated America.’
How do people find fulfillment if they don’t have religion, a sense of community, or a family? Hopefully by devoting their life to finding a way to ship mouthwash to people’s doors for ten cents cheaper.
Is churchgoing and religious adherence really in ‘widespread decline’ so much so that conservative believers should suffer ‘growing anxiety’? Absolutely not.
Alexis de Tocqueville believed Christianity provided a common moral language for the American people. But what happens when faith is on the decline?
Aaron Rodgers and other millennials who struggle with questions about the ‘remote jungle’ conundrum should rest easy. There is a biblical answer rooted in ancient church teaching.
Aaron Rodgers dished on football’s disappointing glory, Christianity’s disappointing God, and Colin Kaepernick—which can only mean Rodgers is going to have a terrible season.
Whatever the reason you went to church on Easter, God is glad you were there, not because he needs you, but because you need him — more than once a year.
Pew Forum data projects Islam will surpass Christianity among adherents’ baby production within 20 years while increasing in conversions as Christian conversions decline.
Millennials are dissatisfied with church because they’re going for all the wrong reasons, and none of the right ones.
Roger Scruton calls our gratitude for the gift of being the ‘fundamental religious truth.’ Children bring this gratitude into our lives in a singular way.
Millennials are abandoning ‘institutional religion’ in droves and have substituted politics. How’s that working out for them?
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