A Generation Without a Party
By Cameron Strang
August 15, 2012
Founder of RELEVANT, husband of Maya, dad of Cohen, follower of Jesus, podcaster, design nerd, fan of the Magic and Gators. But not in that order.
The 2008 election season was, shall we say, illuminating. Fed up with the way Christianity had become so politicized (and polarizing), young Christian voters clamored for change. Momentum shifted toward non-Republicans like Ron Paul and Barack Obama—somewhat surprising for a Christian generation that is, by every statistical measure, more morally conservative than its parents’.
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