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July 3, 2013 4:38 PM

Is technology contributing to a decline in spirituality among young people?

Several weeks ago I was in Managua, Nicaragua, teaching at a university when I was approached by one of the resident theologians. He spent some time talking with me about the doctoral work that I am doing in theology and science and then made a general statement that he thought technology has been the primary reason for the decline of spirituality among young people.

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