Study Shows Christian Kids Becoming Secular Humanists - Christian Schools and Public Schools
December 17, 2013
The Nehemiah Institute has conducted the PEERS Worldview test on kids from Christian families for over 25 years. Year after year, these "Christian" kids attending "Christian" schools and Public schools test lower and lower on the worldview scale. They have less adherence to a Christian worldview and more adherence to a secular humanist worldview. The only group registering any improvement are homeschooled children. Dan Smithwick has been faithfully administering this test, and witnessing the destruction of the Christian faith amongst our young people. The problem is severe, and Christian churches and families should take note, or there will be few Christians left in another ten years.
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