1. Millennial Religion, Socially Located2. Different Approaches to Millennial Religion, Spirituality and Secularity3. The Religious Millennial4. The Spiritual Seeker Millennial5. The Cultural Believer Millennial6. The Nonreligious Millennial7. Conclusion
Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme is an associate professor in the Department of Sociology and Legal Studies at the University of Waterloo, Canada. She completed her DPhil (PhD equivalent) in sociology at the University of Oxford in 2015. Her research interests include quantitative methods, sociology of religion, immigration and ethnicity as well as political sociology. Dr. Wilkins-Laflamme is co-author of None of the Above: Nonreligious Identity in the US and Canada with New York University Press, and has also published 24 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters to date.
"Religion, Spirituality, and Secularity among Millennials
offers a fascinating look at how Millennials from the US and Canada
approach religion and spirituality. This book is particularly
helpful to those ministering within religious denominations.
Recognizing the growing number of nonreligious Millennials and
understanding that this trend is expected to continue requires new
strategies of churches if they want to be relevant in the lives of
- Bernadette McMasters Kime, Director of Worship and Sacraments, Catholic Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, Reading Religion