Barna Study Finds Teens and Young Adults Committed to Scripture Practice More Discernment When Using Technology

There is a strong correlation between teens and young adults who are committed to Scripture and practicing discernment when it comes to social media, according to a new Barna study. | Pexels

The majority of Generation Z believes their generation spends too much time on screens — yet there is a strong correlation between teens and young adults committed to Scripture and practice discernment when it comes to social media, a new study suggests.

A new report from the Barna Group and the Impact 360 Institute, Gen Z: Volume 2, found that three-in-five teens and young adults ages 13­ to 21 years old (60%) say their generation spends too much time on screens.

The survey collected data from 1,503 U.S. teens and young adults ages 13 to 21 between June 15 and July 17, 2020. The sample has a margin of error of ±2.53 percentage points.

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Leah MarieAnn Klett

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