Religion Among the Millennials
Although young people today are less likely to affiliate with a particular religion than older Americans, a new report by the Pew Forum
finds they are not necessarily more secular. In fact, many members of the Millennial generation hold some fairly traditional religious convictions, such as belief in life after death and in the existence of heaven, hell and miracles. Go to the complete report »
|Feb. 17, 2010 - USA Today|
Young adults 'less religious,' not necessarily 'more secular'
reporter Cathy Grossman explores findings from the Pew Forum's new study on religion and the Millennial generation
, highlighting the fact that although young Americans have fewer connections to organized religion than previous generations, spirituality still plays an important role in their lives.