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Gen Z is one of the least religious generations in history.

Gen Z’s religious evolution

Eli Tapia September 17, 2021

For centuries, religion has affected history in many significant ways. Many civilizations and empires were ruled by religion, such as the Roman Empire, the Mayan Empire and Ancient Egypt. Religion has...

Based on a survey of 51 students from Mar. 23 to Apr. 6, 2020.

Students reflect on their religious upbringings

Nina Kolodchak May 8, 2020

For freshman Anna Siciliano of Ocean Township, the religious upbringing from her early childhood still sticks with her. Siciliano attended Saint Jerome, a Catholic school, from preschool to eighth grade,...

Based on a survey of 51 students from Mar. 23 to Apr. 6, 2020.

In the spirit of education: CHS teaches about religion

Isabella Ji May 8, 2020

Students sit patiently in rows facing the white board where World History teacher Tom Ross lectures them on the Quran, the sacred text of Islamic religious beliefs. The lesson is about religion, which...

According to Pacific Standard Magazine, teenagers are refusing to conform to religious communities because they feel as though it does not suit our generation’s values and morals.

Students observe religious differences between generations

Tess Rempel May 8, 2020

Seventy percent of Americans believe in the importance of religious freedom, according to Fox News. But, 42 percent of the members of Generation Z (Gen Z) consider themselves religiously unaffiliated....

The story of Christmas has changed over time from purely religious to commercial.

Students discuss the Christ in Christmas

Elizabeth Klemm December 22, 2016

Store windows. Television screens. Radio waves. It’s everywhere. “It” is Christmas, and its advertisements are all around. Many businesses see the Christian holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus...

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