The reasons Americans leave their childhood religion are varied, but a lack of belief in teaching of religion was the most commonly cited reason for disaffiliation. Among the reasons Americans identified as important motivations in leaving their childhood religion are: they stopped believing in the religion’s teachings (60%).
My wife was praying in a group. Over a friend she knew thru elementary into high school. This girl walked with a limp and wore corrective shoes. My wife saw one leg grow to match the other. I know this woman.
Regards second sentence, you brought up motivation of witnesses and now you seem to not want to address the topic.