Survey Says 43% of Millennials Say They Either Don’t Know, Don’t Care, or Don’t Believe That God Exists

A new study from Arizona Christian University showed that the four generations of Americans share very different views on spiritual beliefs and practices.

ACU’s Cultural Research Center’s American Worldview Inventory 2021 studied how Millennials (born 1984-2002), Gen X (1965-1983), Baby Boomers (1946-1964) and Builders (1927-1945) each believe.

ACU’s Cultural Research Center’s American Worldview Inventory 2021 studied how Millennials (born 1984-2002), Gen X (1965-1983), Baby Boomers (1946-1964) and Builders (1927-1945) each believe.

In one example, 90 percent of Builders believe that you should treat others as you want them to treat you. In comparison, less than half of Millennials agreed with that statement.

Also, 66 percent of Millennials said they are willing to try anything at least once, while just 28 percent of Builders said the same.

In comparison with Boomers, 43 percent of Millennials said they either don’t know, don’t care or don’t believe God exists as compared to just 28 percent of Boomers.

In another finding, just 26 percent of Gen X and 16 percent of Millennials said they believe that when they die, they will go to Heaven because they confessed their sins and accepted Jesus as their savior. The study said nearly half of all Boomers believe the same.

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Source: Christian Headlines