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Concerns and religious convictions of young people (4030)

Type of Data: Concerns and religious convictions of young people (4030)

Faith Community: General

Date: 2018, 4 December-2019, 15 February

Geography: United Kingdom. Part of multinational survey

Sample Size: 1100

Population: Adults aged 18-35

Keywords: Anti-homosexual, Barna Group, Bible, care for poor and vulnerable, charitable giving, Church, church attendance, church dropouts, Church teachings, corruption, detriment to society, faith, forgiveness, friendly, Gen Z, give money to place of worship, good for people, good values and principles, hard times of life, harmful to people, heaven, help others in need, hypocritical, immoral behaviour, importance of religion, important to society, Jesus Christ, judgmental, leadership, live out faith in the workplace, love for other people, markers of Christian identity, Millennials, needs of marginalized people, needs of the poor, non-believers, out of touch with reality, part of a team, prayer, purpose in life, real chances to contribute, real issues, religious affiliation, repentance of sins, respect, Resurrection, sacraments, same basic ideas as other religions, scripture reading, social justice, son of God, spiritual forces, stand up against corruption, stand up against injustices, too involved in politics, welfare of others, World Vision, worship communities

Collection Method: Online interview

Collection Agency: Barna Group

Sponsor: World Vision

Published Source:

  • The Connected Generation: How Christian Leaders around the World Can Strengthen Faith and Well-Being among 18–35–Year–Olds, United Kingdom Report, [Ventura, CA]: Barna Group, 2019
  • https://theconnectedgeneration.com

    BRIN ID: 4030


    Multinational survey, undertaken in 24 other countries besides the United Kingdom.

    Posted by: Clive D. Field

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