No more seekers: Apatheists

After a couple of glasses of Merlot, someone asked him about his religion. He was about to say “atheist” when it dawned on him that this wasn’t quite accurate.
 
“I used to call myself an atheist,” he finally responded, “and I still don’t believe in God, but the larger truth is that it has been years since I really cared one way or another. I’m…”
 
(and this was when it hit him)
 
… “an apatheist!”
 
He’s not alone. Forty-three percent of unchurched Americans told LifeWay Research they don’t even wonder whether they will go to heaven. It’s just not on their minds.

Our culture is experiencing a hostile takeover. We must stop rejecting God if we ever want it to end | Fox News

American society used to be governed by Judeo-Christian do-unto-others morals. But we have drifted (been pushed, really) into a hedonistic YOLO (You Only Live Once) cultural morass.

Source: Our culture is experiencing a hostile takeover. We must stop rejecting God if we ever want it to end | Fox News