I would venture to say that I talk to several dozen young adults (18-30 years of age) every year who are actively entertaining the merits of non-denominational Christianity. Conversely, I talk to roughly zero young adults who are considering a switch to Roman Catholicism or Eastern Orthodoxy. This probably tells us something about the direction the arrow of young American Christianity is pointing.
Admittedly, this conversation initially often has tones of style or programming attached to it, which is a fairly superficial critique.
The results are nonetheless very real.Barna’s researchhas shown that while Millennialsare, in fact, somewhat likely to make a change from a non-liturgical church to a liturgical church (22%), they’re also significantly more likely to move from liturgical churches to non-liturgical churches as well (44%).
If nothing else, a major takeaway from this data should simply be that young adults are less committal when…
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