Around 90% of evangelical Christians in the USA are politely cooperating in a scheme for their own elimination, one that has been in action since the 1840s. Like the proverbial frogs in the kettle, we've maintained a state of denial over the generations, and have failed to notice how close to extermination we are. I mean, after all, the England that could produce a CS Lewis in one generation had only single-digit percentiles of evangelical Christians in the next.
At this point in history, around 90% of the evangelical kids walk away from God within five years of leaving home.
There is an independent variable that functions well as a predictor: Go through Door A, and the odds are 9 to 1 that your kids will not take Christianity seriously. Go through Door B, and the odds are 9 to 1 that they will.
If the eternal souls of our kids are a high-priority item, then why do 90% of American Christian families choose to go through Door A?
And what can we do to change that?