Roger Morris, on the Faith Interface blog, analyzes a recent study that finds British teens taking a decidedly negative view of religion. The reason I say it’s no surprise is that I have interacted with many British adults during my career in the semiconductor industry, and the majority are apathetic or hostile toward religion. They have clearly passed this on to their children, whom they have set adrift on a sea of moral relativism.
Check out the study and Roger’s analysis. It’s depressing, but well worth reading.