Millennial Evangelicals Diverge from Their Parents’ Beliefs

For The New Yorker, Eliza Griswold writes about a shift among young, relatively progressive evangelicals, who are more conflicted about political conservatism than their parents’ generation. Griswold writes that, although many young conservative Christians remain pro-life, some have united around issues like police brutality, immigration reform, and climate change. Ekemini Uwan, a young black Christian woman, told Griswold, “If you’re weeping for the child who has been aborted, you should be weeping for Trayvon Martin and black mothers in Flint who are experiencing miscarriages as a result of lead poisoning.”

Read at The New Yorker

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