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Cultural Captives: The Beliefs and Behavior of American Young Adults

by Stephen W. Cable

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Many different perceptions of the religious status of American, emerging adults have been put forth in the literature. This book examines four surveys used in more than four recent books along with a new survey, comissioned by Probe Ministries, to attempt to determine the current direction of Christian beliefs and behavior among American, emerging adults. The results present a sobering look at the challenges facing evangelical leaders if they want to maintain a consistent, biblical view within the American Christian church moving forward.

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