Oct 10, 2012 ... These “Nones” have all but given up on organized religion and now simply
regard themselves as spiritual but not religious. It is to these and for ...
Why Christianity Is Dying But Spirituality Is Thriving? Dr. Steve McSwain looks at
the changing shape of Christianity in America. Continued from Page 1. 4.
Nov 13, 2015 ... What's really happening to religion in America? ... important forms of religious
observance are declining, but that it's somewhat of a mixed bag.
Jul 14, 2007 ... After decades of secularization, religion in Europe has slowed its slide ... a
Catholic, turned away from organized religion but has often talked about faith. ....
parishes, some of which mimic evangelicals' methods, are thriving.
Mar 19, 2015 ... Other research suggests religion can't win the culture wars in the bedroom and
nursery. ... why their progressive approach to religion wasn't thriving. .... I would
hope they would get more gentle but sometimes they just become ...
May 31, 2014 ... Their spirituality is clearly Celtic but they are also clearly and devoutly .... Bottom
line: The Church (or serious parts of it) must die so Christianity can thrive. ..... The
institutional church, as we know it, is dying, but the church, the ...
Apr 14, 2015 ... Counter-cultural religion, be it Christian or Muslim, is thriving in the UK. But the
God that many people still more or less believe in won't be found in ... they failed
to transmit the habit to their children and now they are dying out.
When I hear Christians in the west talk about persecution, though, I'm struck by
how ... But is just being dedicated enough to say that the church is truly thriving?
There is a common phrase: “The only two things that are certain are Death and ...
it comes to religion, I honor everyone's right to believe whatever they want, but ...
Churches that don't have these characteristics are dead already because they do
not have the Holy Spirit ... They are content to be Christians, but there is no sign
of God at work in their lives. ... People need to know and use their spiritual gifts.