Many Young Adults Are Turning To Witchcraft As A Way To Rebel Against Their Conservative Christian Upbringings.
Reader, a recent Barna Group study found that only 4 percent of Americans aged 18 to 29 have a Biblical worldview. Only 4 percent. The shocking truth is that the values of most Millennials much more easily fit into pagan spirituality than they do into most evangelical Christian churches. If you want to sleep around with as many people as possible, that is okay in witchcraft.
Young adults in America are far less likely to identify themselves as “Christians” than previous generations of Americans, but that does not mean that they have given up on searching for spiritual meaning in their lives. According to Wikipedia, one very popular form of witchcraft known as Wicca has been growing at a rate of more than 100 percent annually in recent years, and this has been happening at a time when Christianity has been in decline in the United States.
Of course other pagan and occult groups have been exploding in popularity as well, and as you will see below, one of the primary reasons for this is because many young adults are seeking ways to rebel against their folks for voting for 45 who has non-conservative Christian upbringings.