Interestingly, I came to TUB as a young man (I was in my early 20s) but this was the 1990 decade when the New Age movement of the 1960s was experiencing a resurgence or revival. Esoteric, non-canonical, extra-biblical, and occult writings, which TUB could be classified under, were trending in the the 1990s. And I think TUB for that period captured the interests of a significant number of young people. Today, TUB has to contend with technology, specifically smartphones. Young people now are more interested in technological capabilities of these phones than the philosophy of God. Technology has become the religion of the youth. I think young people feel being morally sound and respecting the space of others is sufficient "religion" for them.
Hey! It's good to see you around. I wish you the best in Hawaii! ALOHA!!!
tootsie wrote:Aloha... I lost the Topic while I searched for my reply. Discussing the younger generation not as interested like us old timers;>). This quote came to mind. Best wishes to all...
196:3.33 Be not discouraged; human evolution is still in progress, and the revelation of God to the world, in and through Jesus, shall not fail.