Tag Archives: young believers

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

A new, 2018 Pew Research Center Report polled a growing group in America: “religious nones.” This group describes themselves as “nothing in particular” when asked if they identify with a specific religious group. The vast majority are ex-Christians, and most are under the age of thirty-five. Pew asked a representative …

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What Do You Tell Young Believers When They Ask Difficult Questions? (Podcast)

In this podcast, J. Warner Wallace is interviewed by Chris Brooks on Equipped Radio. What do you say when your children ask the big questions about God and the Bible? If you flounder for solid answers, it’s time to develop intellectually satisfying and spiritually sound foundation for their faith. You …

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Are Your Christian Students Ready for College?

My good friend and partner in mission, Jonathan Morrow has been an inspiration and source of information for many years. Few people have dedicated themselves to the cause of equipping and encouraging young Christians as has Jonathan. He’s the author of Questioning the Bible: 11 major Challenges to the Bible’s …

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Why Are So Many Young People Leaving The Church? (Video)

J. Warner Wallace, author of Cold-Case Christianity, was interviewed by Bobby Conway (The One Minute Apologist) and discussed the reason so many young Christians take a break from the Church in their college years. What are the factors involved in the flight of young believers? (For more information related to …

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