Well, young people don’t like doing
research, writing papers or doing careful thinking either, but the College
Profs insist otherwise—hat tip and salute to the Professors. I took an English literature course last
semester. Without missing a beat, the
Teacher “imposed” Shakespeare on us with all the old language. She didn't ask if we liked the old English. We had no choice. No one complained either, but all were
many clerics are supportive. Reformation Anglicanism believes a war on the quest for
continued ignorance and illiteracy must be waged. We recommend this audit to our
"good old Book of Common Prayer," to wit: "Pastor/Rector: `Luni et stulti omnes
sunt.' Congregation: `Et semper illiterati.'" Thank God for good Pastors and Teachers
who did not and are not accomodating the quest for ignorance, generally, Confessional
This is a good question from For Clavigera. See: http://forsclavigera.blogspot.com/2012/05/generational-blackmail.html
And what exactly are we supposed to do with these claims? I think the upshot is pretty clear. Indeed, am I the only one who feels like they're a sort of bargaining chip--a kind of emotional blackmail meant to get the church to relax its commitments in order to make the church more acceptable?
Could we entertain the possibility that millennials might be wrong?