Gen Z and morality: what teens believe (so far)

Oct 10, 2018 by

From Barna Research. We live in an increasingly “post-truth” political climate. But even before fake news and alternative facts, few Americans were in agreement about, well, almost anything. Over time, consensus on key moral principles has waned, and the younger generations are now inheriting this new moral landscape. In addition to a growing religious apathy and a singular focus on success, another prominent trait of Gen Z is a more relativistic worldview. Though still in a formative stage of...

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Religion and violence: what British people think about the connection between the two

Jul 20, 2018 by

Theos releases report: Killing in the Name of God: Addressing Religiously Inspired Violence, by Robin Gill. […] As part of our project on religion and violence, we commissioned the polling company ComRes to investigate what the British public thinks about the topic, testing their perceptions of eight statements about the interrelationship between the two. The results were as instructive as they were unclear. In the first instance, the population did not, as a rule, think that religions were...

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