In the 1960s, there was lots of talk in American society about a so-called generation gap.


As we see HERE, that gap has now taken a new form:


It’s widely accepted that young people tend to be less religious than their elders. While recent surveys have revealed that one-in-five adults in America claim no religious affiliation, the number reaches around one-in-three for Millenials under 34.


Now, a new study has uncovered the reason why some of those Americans have dropped out of the fold.


In a survey released Wednesday, nearly one-third of Millennials who left the faith they grow ...

Read more

In the 1960s, there was lots of talk in American society about a so-called generation gap.

As we see HERE, that gap has now taken a new form:

It’s widely accepted that young people tend to be less religious than their elders. While recent surveys have revealed that one-in-five adults in America claim no religious affiliation, the number reaches around one-in-three for Millenials under 34.

Now, a new study has uncovered the reason why some of those Americans have dropped out of the fold.

In a survey released Wednesday, nearly one-third of Millennials who left the faith they grow ...

Read more