Robert Jones points us to some interesting stats. Maybe marijuana is the next issue, widening the gulf between younger and older Christians in America.
…while half (50 percent) of Christian young adults believe that marijuana use should be legal, only approximately 1-in-5 (22 percent) Christian seniors agree. Similarly, Christian young adults (52 percent) are more than twice as likely as Christian seniors (25 percent) to say that the use of marijuana is morally acceptable. And although a majority (54 percent) of Christian seniors believe that new laws legalizing the use of marijuana are a sign of America’s moral decline, only 3-in-10 (30 percent) Christian young adults hold this view, while two-thirds (67 percent) disagree.
I’m not a pot smoker. Never have been. But I’ve got more friends now than any time in my life who smoke.
Do you smoke pot? If so, what’s the morality of it?