SECTION FOUR – Millennials 

37: What is a Millennial? 

On pages 140-141, what are the various categories of Millennials?

38: What is the difference between the Millennial view of sexuality and what has been accepted in previous generations? 

39: According to page 145, what does it mean that there are moral absolutes? 

In fact, let us reverse that question. According to page 147, what does it mean to believe there is no such thing as a moral absolute? 

40: According to page 149-150, what are some of the encouraging signs regarding Millennials? 

41: Read the bullet points on page 152 and discuss what does it mean that Millennials live in a different “atmosphere?” 

42: In what way are Millennials not traditionalists?

43: On page 161, what does it mean for Millennials to experience “extended adolescence?” 

44: What are the implications for Millennial views on the institution of marriage?

45: What does it mean when we say that Millennials have not had good models? If you are older than a Millennial, what does that say about us? 

46: On the top of page 171, are the words, “Don’t judge,” from the Bible? In what ways do people misuse this biblical text?

47: On page 174, we state that Millennials value deep friendships. Why is that an encouraging and promising sign as it relates to older persons mentoring Millennials?

48: In the middle of page 176, we note some bad habits that have been cultivated in the younger generation. What happened? Why did that occur?