Five Arizonans 16 to 23 years old share their perspectives on faith and religion as members of Gen Z, often defined as those born in 1997 or later.       

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  • Why Millennials are less religious than older Americans ...
    Indeed, one of the most striking findings in the recently released Religious Landscape Study is that Millennials (young adults born between 1981 and 1996) are much less likely than older Americans to pray or attend church regularly or to consider religion an important part of their lives.
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  • Generation Z
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