The information I presented on tonight's show came, in part, from an article published in Christianity Today. You can find that article at this link.
One thing I didn't mention on the show was Drew Dyck's comment on the last page of the article that most young adults who leave Christianity do so because of moral compromise. What he means by this is that they're doing something that is inconsistent with Christian values, and they drop their faith as a means of resolving the internal conflict. He then goes on to imply that those who don't admit that this is why they've left Christianity are not being honest. Is it just me or does this sound like the "you just wanna sin" pronouncement we hear from Christians sometimes?
Anyway - open thread on the show topic and callers. Have at it.