Children Born between 1999-2015 are Most Non-Christian Generation, Study Finds

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(Worthy News) - Only four of out 100 teenagers have a true biblical worldview, according to a new survey from the Barna Group.

The survey, “Gen Z: The Culture, Beliefs and Motivations Shaping the Next Generation,” said that teenagers who are part of Generation Z (born from 1999 to 2015) are the most non-Christian generation in U.S. history.

The survey found that more teens today identify themselves as atheist, agnostic, or not religious affiliated. [ Source: Christian Headlines (Read More...) ]

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3 thoughts on “Children Born between 1999-2015 are Most Non-Christian Generation, Study Finds”

  1. No Joke. I call them The Lost Generation.

    Evangelism in the USA today, with young people, requires putting up with such confusion about Identity, not just (but including) gender identities.

    We raised a group of kids who don't know who or what they are, in general as well as in specifics.

    They have no idea there what Truth looks like.

    Now, more than ever, miracles are needed.

    Thank God, we have a real One and a Gospel that really does transform lives.

    What to know why the USA has a huge problem with depression? All the "little ones" tripped up to hell. Jesus promised it would be as a millstone was hung around the neck of the ones who do that.

    That's a whole lot of parents and teachers who need saving now too.

    • This is from Christianity Today,

      "What does Barna mean by a "biblical worldview?"

      For the purposes of the survey, a "biblical worldview" was defined as believing that absolute moral truth exists; the Bible is totally accurate in all of the principles it teaches; Satan is considered to be a real being or force, not merely symbolic; a person cannot earn their way into Heaven by trying to be good or do good works; Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth; and God is the all-knowing, all-powerful creator of the world who still rules the universe today. In the research, anyone who held all of those beliefs was said to have a biblical worldview."

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