OUR TIME DAILY TRANSLATION
We've heard you say it many times: "Politics is like a foreign language." Well, we agree.
Each week, we summarize, simplify, and interpret different major news stories and how they affect our generation. We'll give you our take, and you can decide for yourself.
More Americans are moving away from organized religion and one –third of Millennials say they don’t belong to any religion.
In an interview with NPR, one young American questioned the authenticity of the religious stories he grew up with, another didn’t see the necessity in believing in God in order to take part in religious traditions, while others found it hard to put faith in prayer when they saw tragedy happening around them.
WHY WE SHOULD CARE
This is the first time in recent U.S. history that the number of religiously unaffiliated Americans has reached this level.
As Millennials age, their beliefs could possibly change the role that religion plays in society.
OUR TIME OPINION
Whatever your faith, or lack of faith, Millennials will continue to change current religious norms and the role religion plays in society.