Religion is a touchy subject for many people. Part of that has to do with the expectation to be our best selves for church services–hiding the fact that we all sin and instead pretending to lead the perfect lives that none of us actually do.
For many millennials, this is one of the main issues with religion. According to Rachel Held Evans, the issue isn’t a religion that is too hip or fake. It’s that it’s not dark enough for a generation that grew up during the nation’s worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
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