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Wednesday, 30 Apr 2014

"It's for the sake of our children."
Sixty percent. That's the casualty rate in terms of teens and young adults abandoning church. The analogy that comes to mind is the First World War, where most of the casualties didn't happen suddenly. Trench warfare at places such as the Somme, the Marne, or Verdun introduced a new kind of "war of attrition." The German and French armies locked in a death struggle, settled in trenches, grinding each other down. They fought not so much to win a decisive victory as to wear down the enemy slowly, mercilessly chipping away at numbers, supplies, and ...

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