Listening to Young Atheists: Lessons for a stronger Christianity

| By BioLogos Editorial Team

Why do some Christians decide to become atheists? Many of them will tell you it was a purely logical decision—that the claims of Christianity simply stopped making sense when examined critically. But a new study from the Christian nonprofit Fixed Point Foundation, in which college-aged members of Secular Student Alliances around the country were interviewed about their faith journeys, revealed that a surprising number of Christians who convert to atheism do so for reasons that even they seemed to find surprising.

A recent article in the Atlantic has the full story.  We encourage you to read it and share your thoughts in the comment section below!


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