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Re: CNN article: What happened to God in America?
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2013, 05:24:24 PM »
Oops! Wrong forum. Mods please move this to the Christian news section. My mistake.

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Re: CNN article: What happened to God in America?
« Reply #2 on: February 08, 2013, 05:38:59 PM »
Eh it's CNN. Always wanting to try to create controversy for things that don't exist. Well sort of.

I don't need to read it but there's a few reasons why you will find a larger population becoming irreligious, but I wouldn't necessarily say atheism.

Protestantism in America, I strongly feel, is losing its grip and it's power. And it doesn't have the foundation to withstand some of the prevailing problems such as moral relativism.

I think it's easier to believe God doesn't exist now than it ever has before.
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Re: CNN article: What happened to God in America?
« Reply #3 on: February 08, 2013, 05:50:35 PM »
Eh it's CNN. Always wanting to try to create controversy for things that don't exist. Well sort of.

I don't need to read it but there's a few reasons why you will find a larger population becoming irreligious, but I wouldn't necessarily say atheism.

Protestantism in America, I strongly feel, is losing its grip and it's power. And it doesn't have the foundation to withstand some of the prevailing problems such as moral relativism.

I think it's easier to believe God doesn't exist now than it ever has before.

It is a CNN blog. James gets more views of what he types when I yap in chat than a CNN blogger does.
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