The Most Miserable Nations in the World - Rich, Non-Christian, Anti-Family
Why are Japanese teens so glum? And why are millennials losing their hair at a higher rate than previous generations? The most miserable nations are typically rich, they have marginal Christian populations, and they have made progress undermining the nuclear family. That puts Japan and Turkey ahead of the others in the misery index. Meanwhile, South American countries are more optimistic. Nations with growing economies and a better-that-replacement level birth rate are happier as well. What really makes you happy or content? Interesting discussion on this edition of Generations.
This program includes:
1. The World View in 5 Minutes with Adam McManus (Another Leftist Liberal Elected as French President, Persecuted Family Bakery Sees Business Growth, Southern Baptist Richard Land Addresses Trump’s Religious Liberty Order)
2. Generations with Kevin Swanson
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This is the retelling of the most exciting story in all of human history. Something truly remarkable occurred when Jesus Christ rose from the dead and gave His disciples a great commission. The world would never be the same again. Kevin Swanson takes the reader through the 2,000 year worldwide saga of this epochal mission to the world. From Judea to Rome, Ireland, Denmark, China, Japan, Uganda, New Zealand, and to the uttermost parts of the earth, the light of Christ shines into the darkness, transforming every nation throughout the centuries.