Skepticism is a way of life - an approach to claims, nto a claim itself - and is fully compatible with a life of faith!
In the 1500s, did people complain when Believers started bringing books to church because they were distracting? Then why complain about phones?
Creating a place of honor for the millions of gays who love Jesus but hate the churches that hated them first.
We can see where both the older "ban it always" approach and the younger "cover this too in grace" approach are coming from.
Everyone needs mentors, and all Christians are called to make disciples. What does it take to make disciples and mentor others in faith?
If we saw grace lived out in churches as often as we sang Amazing Grace, the Church would be an incredible place indeed.
House churches might be a solution to the Millennial Crisis and will likely spur the next great wave of evangelism... all over again.