Six Major Religious Types
This chapter lays out a typology of emerging adult religious approaches into which most American emerging adults seem to fit. It identifies a limited number of religious types — defined by their religious commitment, knowledge, consistency, and interests — that describe well certain key underlying commonalities shared by different religious sets of emerging adults today. The religious and cultural themes described in Chapters 2 and 5 explain, in part, the features of these types. The typology itself helps to illuminate the multidimensional complexity of religious life among contemporary emerging adults.
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