Holly Hunter's character in the new television series Saving Grace provides one of the richest, in-depth looks at how the typical unchurched person relates to faith and religion that has been portrayed in popular culture for some time. If she's not disdainful and disrespectful toward faith, then she's offended and frightened by it. She doesn't seem to have any way to just come to terms with it, even after an angel of the Lord appears to her and rescues her from a fate worse than death. Her reactions bounce around between disbelief, anger and bargaining and never seem to settle on one consistent response. As I watched this, I wondered if grief theory helps to explain the attitudes of the "Nones." That theory is rooted in a sense of loss; what would be the loss they perceive as resulting from the possibility that religion might be real? What are you learning from this drama?