Losing Our Religion

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  • Author : Kevin Ronald Ward
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Pages : 278 pages
  • ISBN : 1620324113
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Download or Read online Losing Our Religion full in PDF, ePub and kindle. this book written by Kevin Ronald Ward and published by Wipf and Stock Publishers which was released on 22 October 2013 with total page 278 pages. We cannot guarantee that Losing Our Religion book is available in the library, click Get Book button and read full online book in your kindle, tablet, IPAD, PC or mobile whenever and wherever You Like. "Church-going in most Western societies has declined significantly in the wake of the social and cultural changes that began in the 1960s. Does this mean that people in these societies are losing any religious dimension in their lives, or is it being expressed in other forms and places? This study begins by looking at comparative data on how church-going patterns have changed in five countries--Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand--examining reasons for the decline, how churches have responded to these changes, and why some churches have shown greater resilience. It then explores some of the particular challenges these changes pose for the future of churches in these societies and some of the responses that have been made, drawing on both sociological and theological insights. The conclusion is that, despite the loss of belonging, believing persists and religion continues to play a significant role in these societies, mediated in a variety of diffuse cultural forms. Cases illustrating these changes are largely drawn from New Zealand, which as the country most recently settled by Europeans has always been ""secular"" and thus provides helpful insights."

Losing Our Religion

Losing Our Religion
  • Author : Kevin Ronald Ward
  • Publisher : Wipf and Stock Publishers
  • Release : 22 October 2013
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"Church-going in most Western societies has declined significantly in the wake of the social and cultural changes that began in the 1960s. Does this mean that people in these societies are losing any religious dimension in their lives, or is it being expressed in other forms and places? This study begins by looking at comparative data on how church-going patterns have changed in five countries--Britain, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand--examining reasons for the decline, how churches have

Losing Our Religion

Losing Our Religion
  • Author : S. E. Cupp
  • Publisher : Simon and Schuster
  • Release : 27 April 2010
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"The press has become a tool of oppression—politicized, self–aware, self–motivated, and power–hungry. . . . In short, these people can no longer be trusted." —From S. E. Cupp’s Losing Our Religion It’s time to wake up and smell the bias. The go-to commentator for such programs as Fox News’s Hannity and CNN’s Larry King Live and Reliable Sources, S. E. Cupp is just that—a reliable source for the latest news, trends, and forecasts in

Losing Our Religion

Losing Our Religion
  • Author : Christel J. Manning
  • Publisher : NYU Press
  • Release : 20 November 2015
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The fastest growing religion in America is—none! One fifth of Americans now list their religion as “none,” up from only 7 percent two decades ago. Among adults under 30, those poised to be the parents of the next generation, fully one third are religiously unaffiliated. Yet these “Nones,” especially parents, still face prejudice in a culture where religion is widely seen as good for your kids. What do Nones believe, and how do they negotiate tensions with those convinced that they

Losing Our Democracy

Losing Our Democracy
  • Author : Mark Green
  • Publisher : Sourcebooks Incorporated
  • Release : 01 September 2007
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With Losing Our Democracy, Mark Green reveals how the far and religious right, a coalition of big business and, most shockingly, President Bush and his White House are in the process of undermining our democracy.

Losing Our Religion

Losing Our Religion
  • Author : S. E. Cupp
  • Publisher : Threshold Editions
  • Release : 27 April 2010
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"The press has become a tool of oppression—politicized, self–aware, self–motivated, and power–hungry. . . . In short, these people can no longer be trusted." —From S. E. Cupp’s Losing Our Religion It’s time to wake up and smell the bias. The go-to commentator for such programs as Fox News’s Hannity and CNN’s Larry King Live and Reliable Sources, S. E. Cupp is just that—a reliable source for the latest news, trends, and forecasts in

Losing Our Religion

Losing Our Religion
  • Author : Christel Manning
  • Publisher : NYU Press
  • Release : 20 November 2015
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"The fastest growing religion in America is--none! Among adults under 30, those poised to be the parents of the next generation, fully one third are religiously unaffiliated. Yet these "Nones," especially parents, still face prejudice in a culture where religion is widely seen as good for your kids. What do Nones believe, and how do they negotiate tensions with those convinced that they ought to provide their children with a religious upbringing?"--Publisher description.

Losing Our Virtue

Losing Our Virtue
  • Author : David F. Wells
  • Publisher : Eerdmans Publishing Company
  • Release : 30 November 1998
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Continuing his series begun with No Place for Truth and God in the Wasteland, David Wells here offers a bold new critique focused this time on the fractured moral vision of society at large and its reflection in today's evangelical church.

American Personal Religious Accounts 1600 1980

American Personal Religious Accounts  1600 1980
  • Author : Jon Alexander
  • Publisher : New York : E. Mellen Press
  • Release : 30 November 1983
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Designed as a resource for teachers and students of American religious and cultural history, this text contains over 100 excerpts covering more than 300 years with accounts written by men and women from over 30 different Christian, Jewish, Native American, Eastern, and esoteric traditions. Such diverse figures as Cotton Mather, Jonathan Edwards, Nat Turner, Sojourner Truth, Martin Luther King, Jr, Elizabeth Seton, Frances Willard, and Malcolm X are represented, and each selection is prefaced by biographical and bibliographical data. The volume also includes