Christianity, Islam & Buddhism (or, Two Conversations)

I had two conversations yesterday with two different people. While on the surface they seem to be entirely different conversations concerning different matters, on reflection I see that they are two aspects of the same discourse. They both involved the question of how Christianity (and individual Christians) ought to be relating to other religious traditions (and the practitioners of those traditions). Here's what happened:First, someone forwarded to my wife an alarmist video about projected … [Read more...]

America’s Unfaithful Faithful

A recent study by the Pew Forum documents the growing "spiritual mobility" of Americans: more and more Americans are abandoning the religious affiliation of their upbringing and taking on a new religious or spiritual identity (or non-identity). Read an article about this study here.My friend who alerted me to this fascinating study notes, "What it says to me is that people are seeking something behind church doors that they aren't finding." I'd agree with that, but I also think it speaks to … [Read more...]


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