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« Reply #2: August 28, 2010, 09:22:46 pm »




Whoever did the research for this article used poor word choices. For one, they should have substituted the word "teen" for "people". To be fair to the christian faith, there are a ton of people practicing a McDonalized version of the faith; not in the sense they want to have a more intimate relationship with their creator with less dogma, but in the sense that they don't want to do any work through either research or worship.
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