I have a question about irrelevance.
I grew up with Hindu and Muslim families around me. The kids I played with are now 50 and neither devout Hindus or Muslims.
I heard recently about a Kenyan church whose leaders noticed as soon as the young people become established in America they drift away from church.
I heard from a Christian school teacher today that his students in the school which is located next to a megachurch don’t know anything about the Bible.
I have noticed people in church without Bibles either paper or on their phone. Just sitting there with their hands on their lap. In the Bible Belt.
I notice apologetics is not popular in the Christian bookstore compared to ceramics or self-help books.
I heard a Barna study which found many so-called Christians were really “moral therapeutic deists”.
Is something dying here, now, in this era?
Is real concern about the existence of an invisible world dying?
Is such a concern now irrelevant as people flip through their Netflix options alone at night?
As an EC I am almost tempted to agree with YECs that something is going wrong in America.