What precisely is that is prompting Generation Z to lose faith? Generation Z has persistently been the least religious generation throughout modern years. In recent years, Generation Z (those born between 1995 and 2015) has gained attention as a brave, educated, and passionate generation with a strong identity. One of their different perspectives on religion and faith is one of their significant differences.

According to Barna, the number of religious youth is twice as high as the general population in the United States (state of the church).The Bullivants statistics show that religious beliefs are maintained by 30 percent of young people in the United Kingdom (22 percent Christian and 8 percent non-Christian) and that the remaining 70 percent do not have religious beliefs at all.

An interview was conducted with two girls, Mia and Lottie, who both attend a Catholic school and shared their perspectives. According to Mia  "When I grew up I was in a religious household where I would frequently go to church while my dad would stay at home. My external relatives are extremely religious even my aunt who is a nun at the Vatican. Around year 4 I read books on atheism and Buddhism which increased my understanding. As I got older and went to a catholic secondary school I lost my connection to religion. Other things appealed to me than believing in something I didn't see as beneficial to me.

  The second statement is by Lottie who states " I can't say I've ever been religious; although I went to a catholic primary school and participated in masses and church events, it was more because my mother told me to rather do it for my faith. I started to reject catholicism in secondary school despite never being influenced by it. After my confirmation, I stopped going to church overall and my connection was lost. I think the pattern of covering and exploring atheism in secondary school comes from the pubescent desire to " find your unique self" being surrounded by a tight nit community. Since you want to break away from your past self and find a new and "cooler" you that your peers will appreciate."

Some may believe that generations abandoning religion is an issue. According to studies, young people who participate in religion are less likely to engage in risky behaviours such as drug use, alcohol abuse, depression, and academic failure than those with poor religious ties. It is plausible that the source of all of this is not religion, but rather the environment wherein they grew up.

According to a new study, nonreligious adolescents are more resistive to peer pressure and more accepting of diversity than their religious counterparts. Generation Z inhabits a new world filled with opportunities for self-discovery and the discovery of abilities, hobbies, and sexual orientation, as well as the right to express them. With the ability to select their gender and sexual orientation, individuals also have the ability to choose their own religion and simply choose not to have one, because they have the ability to choose other things.