Equipped to Answer a New Generation

Hello, I’m Daryl Robbins, ICR’s Internet Technology Manager. A recent Barna study titled “Atheism Doubles Among Generation Z” details eye-opening statistics about today’s youth. This one stood out to me the most:

“Half of churchgoing teens say ‘the church seems to reject much of what science tells us about the world.’”

Are Christians equipped to answer a new generation’s questions about the Bible and science? Many churches have taken a path of compromise with the culture by embracing Darwinism. But this approach hasn’t encouraged young people to stay in the church. In fact, the Barna study reveals a growing disillusionment among churchgoing teens.

What better time than now for us to pull together and build the ICR Discovery Center for Science and Earth History? It will showcase solid evidence for why the church should reject Darwinian evolution and return to a biblical worldview. It will equip believers to explain how science and the Bible are in perfect harmony. And it will offer faith-building answers for new generations.

Please support the ICR Discovery Center and help us turn the tide.

   

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