Perspective: Young adults are losing their religion. Are their parents to blame?

A recent survey by Deseret News and Marist Poll found that only 21% of young adults report going to church once or twice a month. Research suggests that religious faith originates in the home, and fathers play a major role in whether it lasts. Find out the societal and generational implications a father’s religious influence is diminished or removed.


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