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As Social Issues Drive Young From Church, Leaders Try To Keep Them

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Losing Our Religion: The Growth Of The 'Nones'

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Is there an inherent contradiction in the lives of people who accept and rely on the complexity of modern technology, yet place their ultimate faith in a black-and-white view of the universe based on their religious faith? Yoshikazu Tsuno/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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