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Atheism Doubles Among Generation Z

Meet Generation Z: The first truly “post-Christian” generation. Barna conducted a major study to examine the culture, beliefs and motivations shaping young people in the U.S. and found that the percentage of 13- to 18-year-olds who identify as atheist is double that of the general population. In this release from the new report, we take a look at Gen Z’s views on faith, truth and the church.

Who is Gen Z?

Over the past year, Barna has worked closely with Impact 360 Institute on a landmark study of Gen Z. Impact 360 works with the next generation—with teenagers and college students—to equip them in biblical worldview and leadership. This new study is a snapshot of the ways Gen Z sees the world and the culture.

The Evolving Spiritual Identity of Jewish Millennials

Half of Jewish Millennials say their Jewish identity is “very important” to them. So how do they define or embrace that identity? In a brand new report, Barna looks closely at the ways young Jews in America experience and engage with tradition in a rapidly changing culture.

Barna: This Week

The latest midterm shifts represent a slight move away from the kind of Republican support that won the 2016 electi… https://t.co/3SDxDvRiqH

@barnagroup • December 14, 2018

Christians at Work

"Politics is a primary influence on personal identity, one that has been ingrained from a young age and reinforced… https://t.co/puRYJ3WLHB

@barnagroup • December 13, 2018

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