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Young Adults Wrestle with Faith and Prayer

NPR interviewed a number of young adults who are drifting from organized religion. A 26-year-old participant named Kyle Simpson grew up with Christian roots, but like many young adults, he's neglected his faith—although he can't quite get over it. Simpson said:

Last year, when I turned 26, I had my mini-existential ...

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