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Over the last decade, the Church has witnessed a growing trend of young adults who are leaving the Christian faith. In the mid 2000, The Barna Group reported that six out of ten twenty somethings who were involved in a church during their teen are now spiritually disengaged as adults. The study concluded that for most young adults, this pattern of disengagement is not merely a temporary phase in which they test the boundaries of independence, but is one that continues deeper into adulthood.
Reginald Bibby, a professor of sociology at the University of Lethbridge, found that since 1984, the proportion of Canadian young adults who never attended services has risen from 28 percent to 47 percent and almost two thirds of them said that “what’s right or wrong is a matter of personal opinion.” read more