Thinking About Religion in the 21st Century

Thinking About Religion in the 21st Century

A path to belief for the 21st century citizen who cannot embrace either the traditional religions of the past or the emerging religions of the new spirituality

Thinking About Religion in the 21st Century

A path to belief for the 21st century citizen who cannot embrace either the traditional religions of the past or the emerging religions of the new spirituality

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Jul 26, 2024
978-1-80341-468-3

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George C. Adams, Jr.
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Religion & science, Religious, Spirituality

Synopsis

The crisis of 21st-century religion is upon us. With fewer people remaining committed to traditional religions and most new religious movements in their infancy, where does that leave the vast “silent spiritual majority” who find the old religions to be obsolete and the new religions to be not yet credible? For everyday people who feel lost between a rejected religion of the past and a still obscure religion of the future, Thinking About Religion in the 21st Century suggests that there is indeed another way to look at religion, fully informed by 21st-century sensibilities, that requires no sacrifice of the intellect or abandonment of moral sensibilities. The old religions can be set aside, and the religions of the future might not yet have evolved into something worthy of full commitment, but there already exists a viable, evolving alternative spiritual perspective, grounded in the elements of everyday, ordinary human experience, already available.

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