Wednesday, February 17, 2016

"Church for the Unchurched" Presentation

One of our Tuesday evening seminars.  John Hamer discusses the increasing numbers of people who identify as religiously unaffiliated or as "spiritual but not religious" in North American and why congregational communities can still be of value to people who have rejected dogmatic religion.  This visual presentation considers the idea of religion in its complete historical and cultural context and describes how organized religion, properly retooled, can have value, appeal, and utility in a post-modern, pluralistic society.