My recent columns have alluded to the younger generations who are absent from the church. This is an interesting piece of research on their view of Christianity.


Last year, the Public Religion Research Institute and Georgetown’s Berkley Center published a fascinating report about young adults and faith.
On the left side of the chart, we see descriptions of Christianity (“judgmental,” “anti-gay,” “has good principles,” etc.).  The dots indicate the percentage of Christian young adults (orange) and Unaffiliated young adults (blue) who believe that descriptor to be true.

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Author: revbushey

Forward thinking person of faith and public discourse, ordained minister, father of two sons, partner in life with my spouse Teri, who is the most beautiful and intelligent woman I know. Left the career ladder to serve a congregation I love and have hope for while helping my parents through the aging process. Love to organize and work for justice, take on racism, and generally face the giants of economic disparity.

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