In This Issue: Looking For God in All the Wrong Places

Thursday, 01 May 2008

Recent reports from the Pew Research Center (see Mollie Z. Hemingway's "Between the Times" for more information) show that America's religious landscape is changing rapidly and substantially: religion-hopping and religion-dropping are proceeding with a speed and industry never before seen in the modern West. Meanwhile, in a recent Atlantic Monthly (March 2008), several authors declared that: a) the shifting sands of evangelicalism will make it more-not less, as is commonly believed-of a force to be reckoned with in the future; b) as religion's economic benefits collide with intransigent religious dogmas, moderation of religious ...

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