Millennials Losing Faith

In the United States, 25 percent of young adults under age 30 do not claim affiliation with any particular religion. That’s twice as unaffiliated as their parents were at their age. What does this new reality mean for communities of faith, and culture at large, as a generation of Americans increasingly turns away from such identity-forming institutions? And outside of those traditional religious institutions, what rituals, gatherings, and ways of thinking are defining the millennial search for meaning?

Festival: 2015

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