According to a new study from the Springtide Research Institute, most young people in Generation Z (ages 13-25) who claim to be spiritual or religious reject organized religion.
The study, titled The State of Religion & Young People 2021: Navigating Uncertainty, revealed that 52 percent of young people who said they were “just Christian” were either a member of or participated in a religious community, while 48 percent did not.
Sixty-eight percent of respondents who identified as Protestants also said they were members of a spiritual or religious community, while 56 percent of Roman Catholics and 55 percent of Mormons said they were members of a faith community.
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SOURCE: Christian Headlines, Milton Quintanilla