Choosing your Religion: The Book of Denominations
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Completed the entire Guide, very informative in the honest way it was presented. Not favoring any specific denomination but gave honest timelines of mainstream and how the end results were accomplished. Explains upfront the reasons certain denominations were not included and the specific reasons why. The explanations as to why there are so many, however, a base fact is alluded to all I will not divulge the base fact and gives a large base of information on number of congregations, members, and websites.
To be more informed this is a very good source for research. Highly recommended for the beginner and the experienced.
Ok guide, quite comprehensive and nonjudgmental. But nearly useless for comparison, since each group is allowed to use their own words to describe themselves, leading to very little distinction between groups.
II. The Bible Teaching About Unity
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Yet they remain largely unknown and misunderstood, especially when viewed as indifferent to, if not hostile toward, religion. Drescher's research focuses not on who they aren't but on who they are-and she finds them a remarkably diverse and fluid segment of our society, some, of course, negative toward organized religion, but most trying to find meaning in life experience A good and informative read. Drescher's research focuses not on who they aren't but on who they are--and she finds them a remarkably diverse and fluid segment of our society, some, of course, negative toward organized religion, but most trying to find meaning in life experience: Would you like to tell us about a lower price?
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If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Learn more about Amazon Prime. To the dismay of religious leaders, study after study has shown a steady decline in affiliation and identification with traditional religions in America. By , more than twenty percent of adults identified as unaffiliated--up more than seven percent just since Even more startling, more than thirty percent of those under the age of thirty now identify as "Nones"--answering "none" when queried about their religious affiliation.
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Or, as more and more Americans choose different spiritual paths, are they changing what it means to be religious in the United States today? In Choosing Our Religion, Elizabeth Drescher explores the diverse, complex spiritual lives of Nones across generations and across categories of self-identification such as "Spiritual-But-Not-Religious," "Atheist," "Agnostic," "Humanist," "just Spiritual," and more. Drawing on more than one hundred interviews conducted across the United States, Drescher opens a window into the lives of a broad cross-section of Nones, diverse with respect to age, gender, race, sexual orientation, and prior religious background.
She allows Nones to speak eloquently for themselves, illuminating the processes by which they became None, the sources of information and inspiration that enrich their spiritual lives, the practices they find spiritually meaningful, how prayer functions in spiritual lives not centered on doctrinal belief, how morals and values are shaped outside of institutional religions, and how Nones approach the spiritual development of their own children.
These compelling stories are deeply revealing about how religion is changing in America--both for Nones and for the religiously affiliated family, friends, and neighbors with whom their lives remain intertwined. Read more Read less. Prime Book Box for Kids. Add all three to Cart Add all three to List. One of these items ships sooner than the other. Buy the selected items together This item: Ships from and sold by Amazon.
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The Soul of Shame: The Power of Positive Energy: Many Christians view this division as a somewhat necessary evil, but in reality, denominations are good for us—because people have a wide range of personalities, leadership styles, and personal preferences, no one style of church can accommodate every individual. Some churchgoers praise God best through ornate ceremony, and so they enter the Catholic, Lutheran, or Episcopalian traditions.
Others connect with God on a more emotional level, and find themselves a charismatic church. There is also the problem of interpretation.