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Shock Poll: Nearly A Quarter of Gen Z Just Fine with Banning the Bible

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A recent survey in the U.K. revealed that nearly 25 percent of young people believe that books containing perceived “hate speech” should be banned from general sale, including religious texts like the Bible.

This viewpoint has raised concerns about the future of religious freedom, with calls for a robust defense of freedom of speech and belief.

The survey results suggest a growing belief in the Bible as being evil, leading to worries about potential censorship. (Trending: US State Unveils Controversial ‘Gender Neutral’ Laws)

“We may no longer be a majority Christian population here in Britain. That’s even more reason to protect freedom of speech and belief for all,” said Lois McLatchie of Alliance Defending Freedom UK.

“We need a robust defense of religious freedom from those who craft our legislation, and we need to educate the ‘be kind’ generation on the truly hateful consequences of censorship before this type of thinking creeps further into reality.”

The departure of the young from biblical truths is not a new issue, but there are calls to protect religious freedom and educate the younger generation about the consequences of censorship.

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