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Post religious trend continues – Anne Rice Leaves Christianity but Remains Faithful to Christ

A couple weeks ago famous author Anne Rice added to the continuing post religious trend when she posted on her facebook page ““I remain committed to Christ as always but not to being ‘Christian’ or being a part of Christianity. … Continue reading

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Are there dangers in being ‘spiritual but not religious’? – CNN.com

It’s official the institutional word is in. It may dangerous for people to be spiritual but not religious. I find it amazing how easily the religious in the Christian community can disparage or call dangerous something that Jesus and Paul … Continue reading

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Finding Faith: More college students see themselves as spiritual rather than religious | AVALANCHE-JOURNAL

The future of the church depends on reaching the growing number of spiritual but post-religious people especially today’s students. This recent article fromthe heart of the Bible belt shows the post-religious phenomenon is not restricted to hot spots of “secularism” … Continue reading

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continuing evidence of our post religious culture Religion – Salon.com

I am a closet Christian At least, I was until now. Because in my circle, nothing is more embarrassing than being religious Religion – Salon.com.

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Post religious Church A New Kind of Multi-Site Church | Christianpost.com

They're in different locations and of different denominations, but they consider themselves “one church.” New Hope South Bay and Newsong merged last summer to form a unique partnership. Though New Hope – a multi-site church with two campuses – essentially … Continue reading

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post- Christian or post religious

The cover story of this week’s edition of Newsweek is the Decline and fall of Christian America. The author John Meachem, a self described flawed Christian (from the Episcopalian tribe) discusses the shift in the American religious landscape.  On MSNBC this … Continue reading

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discussing the trinity in a post-religious world

Our faith community is going to be having an online discussion group of the novel The Shack. As I was doing a search for some video on it I came across this rant (sermon) on YouTube. [youtube pK65Jfny70Y nolink] Mark … Continue reading

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quotes for living faithfully the post-religious world

Two quotes for the post-religious world from  Making Disciples in an Emerging Church good stuff there. Howard Thurman Give me the courage to live! Really live– not merely exist. Live dangerously, Scorniging risk! Live honestly, Daring the truth– Particularly the truth … Continue reading

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More changes coming on the religious landscape

If the thoughts  in this post from CS monitor (in light of the recent article and study reported in USA Today) are true then I sadly don’t think the church in the US is ready. The coming evangelical collapse | csmonitor.com … Continue reading

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The nones have it Americans losing their religion

USA Today is reporting a growing among people of faith in America. They are losing their religion. More and more  people of all faiths and in particular the Christian faith are stepping away from institutional religious practices. Members of this … Continue reading

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