Unaffiliated, unreachable, unmoved, unfazeable younger Americans, aged 18-23 in some cases, or “millennials” in others, have been in our sights this season as we observe religious trends.
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November 10, 2014
November 6, 2014
Ever since H. Richard Niebuhr’s book The Social Sources of Denominationalism (1929) there has been evidence that religious affiliation and class status are somehow connected.
November 3, 2014
“Emerging adult,” we learn, is “a new demographic category that means either prolonged adolescence or delayed adulthood,” here meaning people of ages 18 to 23.
October 30, 2014
Over the next few weeks, Germany will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the peaceful revolution that re-unified the nation’s western and eastern halves and transformed the former Soviet-bloc German Democrati
October 27, 2014
Southern Evangelicals Dwindling—and Take the GOP Edge With Them screams a headline in the online Atlantic (17 Oct. 2014). Below it, Robert P.
October 20, 2014
“ISIS CRISIS.” . . . “EBOLA CRISIS” . . . “ECONOMIC WORRIES” . . . Headlines about these and others point to realities which often have religious dimensions.
October 16, 2014
Irony is one of the principal forms of wisdom, as wisdom has been understood in world philosophical and spiritual traditions.
October 13, 2014
“If you could create a phenomenology of consciousness, some part of it would be the systematic falsification of the foundations of our culture.” After that sentence in literary-critic-ese, Novelist Marilynne
October 9, 2014
Punk-inspired Argentine artists Marianela Perelli and Pool Paolini attracted international media attention for the show, “Barbie, The Plastic Religion,” that would have featured thirty-three dolls of var
October 6, 2014
Warning: if you open the links mentioned in the “Sources” section at the end of this column, your agenda of other things to read may well be left behind.
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