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April 04, 2005

Youth Culture

A few weeks ago I looked at the question of the decay of youth culture. I have not come to any definite conclusions, but I do think part of the answer lies in the zeitgeist; Francis Schaeffer's line of decay has finally seeped into popular culture and education. It is being fully realized. The nihilism found in much of popular culture is by no means new, but now, instead of being discussed in pubs and coffeehouses, it is seen on television and heard on radio with stunning regularity. It is no surprise that school shootings take place in such a climate, though it remains a terrible, awful tragedy.

Posted by Matt at April 4, 2005 02:23 PM

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