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The politics of millennials spring from their worldview, podcast host Allie Beth Stuckey told social conservatives Friday in Washington.
When people reject belief in God, Stuckey told the crowd at the Values Voter Summit, they usually embrace belief in government.
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“I have never seen someone move to the left politically and become stronger theologically,” the host of the “Relatable” podcast said, as the crowd listened attentively.
Those who base their worldviews on self eventually make government more powerful and intrusive, Stuckey, 27, said.
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“Godlessness and socialism, godlessness and totalitarianism, godlessness and big government always go hand in hand,” she said.
After interviews with many fellow millennials as a podcast host, Stuckey said, she sees that the generation’s worldview leads to meaninglessness. If people believe only in themselves, they have nothing outside themselves to live for and no belief in a God who can reform the self, she said.
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“I think a lot of young people are saying, ‘That’s not really working out for me.’ Millennials have a higher rate of suicide,” she said. “They have a higher rate of depression, they have a higher rate of anxiety and fear and loneliness [than past generations.]”
From this place of despair, millennials often hope that government will help them fix their problems.
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“This replacing of the God of Scripture with the god of self has to do with why young people lean to the left,” Stuckey says....
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