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Author: Laurent Lardeux

those more directly related to extreme violence. Then, and I would like to emphasise this second point, even though living conditions and the organization of social and political life do not systematically constitute direct causes of radicalism, they form, however, a social, political and cultural

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students
Author: Laurent Lardeux

those more directly related to extreme violence. Then, and I would like to emphasise this second point, even though living conditions and the organization of social and political life do not systematically constitute direct causes of radicalism, they form, however, a social, political and cultural

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

conducted by a polling firm, OpinionWay, with a representative sample of young people aged 15–17 living in metropolitan France. The sample was selected according to the quota method with regard to the criteria of gender, age, socio-occupational category, category of agglomeration and region of residence for

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

conducted by a polling firm, OpinionWay, with a representative sample of young people aged 15–17 living in metropolitan France. The sample was selected according to the quota method with regard to the criteria of gender, age, socio-occupational category, category of agglomeration and region of residence for

In: Radical Thought among the Young: A Survey of French Lycée Students

that enhance or inhibit young people in living flourishing lives. Our thesis in this article is that gratitude is fundamental and foundational to flourishing. Each of us, whether we are aware of it or not, tend to look at life through one of two prisms. We either see life through a lens of abundance

In: Journal of Youth and Theology

pursue justice as a central aspect of pursuing God’s Good Life and even God’s salvation. 2 Injustice as Inhibitor of Joy Joy is the complex of emotions, thoughts, and transcendent, often unspeakable, experiences that come from living both personally and communally in alignment with God’s plan and

In: Journal of Youth and Theology

and faith are constructed within the spheres of self, others and context. Context provides a ground for life; context is the sphere where everyday living takes place. Context provides a basis for forming relations between the self and others. Belonging is discovered when the self finds trust and

In: Journal of Youth and Theology
Author: Jodi G. Hunt

’s spiritual life and actions after the life of Christ within both physical and digital realities. Moreover, a commitment to living life as a disciple is to live a life as radical as Christ lived his, no matter the consequences. With this frame in mind, let us now turn our attention to a re-imagining of

In: Journal of Youth and Theology
Author: Amy Casteel

to migration. To provide balance, Greek-born evangelical Christian adolescents were also interviewed. As a religious minority, they also expressed a sense of confrontation with the prevailing culture. “So, living a Christian life plays a major role in my life in many different aspects. Depending on

In: Journal of Youth and Theology
Author: Don Smith

) examining the incident in Jesus’ life when he stayed behind at the temple. His insight raises the challenge to see with young people their “wilderness experiences”; their “pivotal moment” of identity and purpose discovery and “help the spark become a flame” – the type of experience that Leadership

In: Journal of Youth and Theology