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Are Today's Youth Morally Adrift?

Written By: Dan Stanley  |  Posted: Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

                Tom Krattenmaker, a religious contributor to the USA Today, wrote in the March 12th issue on the moral status of the young people in America.  In it, he makes plain, without saying it explicitly, that the youth of today are just as moral as the youth of former days. In doing so, he is trying to strike up a positive note and outlook for the future, looking at the good side, not the bad side.  We all agree bringing out the good with the bad can be good.

                What is bad, though, is how he does this and what he calls good in the end.

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