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Thursday, 01 Mar 2012

When religion is shuttled off to its little island of irrational subjectivity, the leap of faith, when evangelism bases its appeal on personal experience and moral usefulness with the slogan "deeds, not creeds," when "I feel" edges out "we believe," and when churches target niche markets for spiritual consumers, we should hardly be surprised when Monday's cheerleaders for our spiritual brand are something else by Friday. To the extent that Protestantism makes the individual consumer the center of the universe, the enemy of all external deities, forms, structures, creeds, rites, ...

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