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The Issue of God in Adolescence under Growing Post-Christian Conditions - A Württembergian Survey

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The qualitative analysis of 1236 texts of West German youth (16-20), collected in 1982/83, reveals the strong and, at the same time, concealed importance of the issue of God in the life of adolescents. The main facets of the faith-struggle concern the question of theodicy, the origin of the universe, the end of the individual, the existence of God, and the credibility of the church - no longer the specific Christian answers. Among other conclusions for further empirical and theoretical work the attention is drawn to the task of theological and educational 'elementarization'.

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1988-01-01
2015-03-04

Affiliations: 1: Faculty of Evangelical Theology Department of Religious Education University of Tübingen D-7400 Tübingen 1 West-Germany

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