Juvenilized Christianity

Posted by Matt Postiff June 18, 2012 on Matt Postiff's Blog under Church 

Thomas E. Bergler writes a helpful article entitled "When Are We Going to Grow Up? The Juvenilization of American Christianity" in Christianity Today. Here's a sampling:

What happened? Beginning in the 1930s and '40s, Christian teenagers and youth leaders staged a quiet revolution in American church life that led to what can properly be called the juvenilization of American Christianity. Juvenilization is the process by which the religious beliefs, practices, and developmental characteristics of adolescents become accepted as appropriate for adults.

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