A new widely cited report from LifeWay Resources states that 72% of people between the ages of 18 and 29 consider themselves to be "more spiritual than religious" Washington Post’s Joan Ball examines the trend of young Christians leaving the dogmatic faiths with which they were raised and moving toward a more “organic expression of their faith”, arguing that it is an effort to distinguish themselves from the structures they believe "give Jesus a bad name".
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