- May 5, 2016
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You mock everyone. OK.Tarheel Baptist said:
The young folks would have to be in church in order to hear ?the ear full? and, by premise of this thread, they aren?t.TonyHutsonComedian said:. If Jack Hyles were alive to day he'd give all the young folks an ear full on leaving the church.
If Jack Hyles or any of his spawn were to give me an "ear full," I'd be in the emergency room post-haste for antibiotics.TonyHutsonComedian said:If Jack Hyles were alive to day he'd give all the young folks an ear full on leaving the church.
There are various reasons and here's someTwisted said:http://www.facebook.com/39843727181/videos/2469181339968021/
Spong is interesting, but not much to my taste. I prefer historic orthodoxy.Twisted said:
I was stating a fact.Twisted said:
There is nothing I like about his belief system at all.Twisted said:
It IS a good question.HereIStand said:Good question. That does seem to be an issue.
Most churches have ministry options for youth/singles. So, my guess is that the problem is elsewhere. Perhaps younger people don't have the life experience to realize the importance of church attendance.
This is the #1 reason.The honorable Rev. FSSL said:Narrow is the way...
The percentage of real Christians is most likely a lot smaller than we are expecting.
As much as we try, we may have children who have grown up in church and ultimately reject God (no matter how good or bad the church).