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Who Needs Pastors When Therapists Are Available?

When church attendance and religious participation are in decline among younger Americans, perhaps we can also assume many of them no longer see pastors as oracles of wisdom.Elizabeth King, writing for Quartz, expands on that premise, arguing that Millennials are more likely to deal with personal issues by talking to a therapist instead of a church leader.
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