Once again, social science proves the Bible right.
Back in 1938, it’s unlikely that few, if any, of the 268 Harvard sophomores who signed up to be part of the “Grant Study,” and another 456 Boston inner city youth who registered for the “Glueck Study,” could have imagined they’d still be the subject of a conversation about human happiness 85 years later…
Everyone seeks a joy-filled life. Believers and non-believers alike do not wake up in the morning and declare I want to have a miserable day. Even our sinful nature inherently craves something greater that cannot be fulfilled by our own volition. The Bible lays out the route to a joy-filled life and nowhere is that more evident than in the opening verses of the Apostle John’s first Epistle.Abstract from CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP AS A REQUIREMENT FOR FULLNESS JOY, Thesis by Michael Poirier- 2022