May 31-June 1, 2022
Guest: George Barna
Millennials in America are not only redefining sexuality, but our national values as well. On today’s edition of Family Talk, researcher George Barna explains to co-host Dr. Tim Clinton that the reason why people ages 25-40 are spiritually adrift is because nine out of ten grew up in households without a biblical worldview. No wonder 75 percent don’t have a clear purpose, and only 20 percent believe all life is sacred. Due to their secular experiences, Millennials are prone to give up on marriage, on having kids, and even on life itself. But authentic, caring Christians can easily point them toward the Lord and Heaven.
On today’s edition of Family Talk, researcher George Barna continues to discuss his latest findings on Millennials to our own Dr. Tim Clinton. Barna reveals that 25-40 year-olds tend not only to reject the Bible as truth, but they also subscribe to the idea that truth comes from within. Ironically, most of them still consider themselves to be Christians. To Millennials, being a believer has nothing to do with Jesus, God, or the Bible. Rather, it’s just about being a good person. However, if they encounter authentic Christians whose lives have been transformed, they will listen. While we are sobered by the overwhelming statistical data that proves most Millennials lack a biblical worldview, we must remain encouraged that as Christians, we can offer them hope through our personal testimonies.
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