Or is the headline: 20something Men Choose Immaruity over Responsibility?
George Will tells us:
"In 1956, the median age of men marrying was 22.5. But between 1980 and 2004, the percentage of men reaching age 40 without marrying increased from 6 to 16.5. A recent study found that 55 percent of men 18 to 24 are living in their parents' homes, as are 13 percent of men 25 to 34, compared to 8 percent of women."
Forgive me for sounding harsh, but it seems no different in the ranks of Pentecost: 20something males who want the cachet of a college degree but still want to act like high schoolers. Instead of using their abundance of time and energy in a ministry that matters, it's lost on all manners of frivolity. (Not sin, frivolity.) Yes, that's a generalization, but it's grounded in a few too many examples to be inaccurate.