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December 10, 2009



I am scratching my head on this post. Brown & Cox are great storytellers who have captured the imagination of the un-churched through the intrigue in their works.
The religious information shared has caused much heart-burn for the Christian community. Is there a take away we should be grasping?

Monte Sahlin

I've previoulsy written about the fact that this is the essence of postmodern spirituality: People construct faith out of whatever ideas are at hand that meet their needs, regardless of the factuality or logic involved. This is just a follow-up note showing an interesting tie-in.


Thanks for the clarification.
Seems as if the unchurched are either leading or following the churched . Charles Blow in the NYT shared this profile of the "believers".

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