Spanking makes kids perform better in school, helps them become more successful: study – NY Daily News

Truth Bombs: Hmmmm…..Just like as the Bible teaches.

ARTICLE: A study, which found that young children whose parents spank them perform better at school later on, isn’t winning high marks with child development experts.

Source: Spanking makes kids perform better in school, helps them become more successful: study – NY Daily News

Church of England must stop calling God ‘he’, bishop says | UK | News | Express.co.uk

TRUTH BOMBS: Even though Jesus Himself referedto GOD as His “Father”!!! These people need to be removed.

Article: GOD SHOULD not be referred to as “he”, the Church of England’s first female diocesan bishop and other leading Church figures have declared.

Source: Church of England must stop calling God ‘he’, bishop says | UK | News | Express.co.uk

Young Christians are leaving the church – Here’s why | Fox News

A new, 2018 Pew Research Center Report polled a growing group in America: “religious nones.” This group describes themselves as “nothing in particular” when asked if they identify with a specific religious group. The vast majority are ex-Christians, and most are under the age of 35. Pew asked a representative sample of these “religious nones” why they now reject any religious affiliation and provided respondents with six possible responses.

According to the Pew report, most “religious nones” left because they “question a lot of religious teaching” (51 percent agreed with this statement), or because they “don’t like the positions churches take on social/political issues” (46 percent agreed with this statement). To a lesser extent, “nones” agreed with the statements, “I don’t like religious organizations” (34 percent), “I don’t like religious leaders” (31 percent), or “Religion is irrelevant to me” (26 percent).

Ex-Christians often leave the Church because they don’t think anyone in the Church can answer their questions or make a case. It’s time for believers to accept their responsibility to explain what Christianity proposes and why these propositions are true, especially when interacting with young people who have legitimate questions.

 

Source: Young Christians are leaving the church – Here’s why | Fox News