New Post Series “Does God Have a Future?” to Begin Sunday, December 3rd…

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Starting this Sunday we will publish the first of several articles regarding God’s future in American culture.

Are the secular-humanists winning the battle of God? Is Jesus no more than a marketing scheme? Are churches revenue centers and nothing more? Does American culture still need God or even want him?

The posts will attempt to answer these questions as well as examine the continued relevance and resiliency of mono-theism in the modern era, and what the trends are telling us. This series hopes to engage those interested in religion and those who only wish to learn more about religion and it’s place in American culture, both today and tomorrow.

As usual, your comments are always welcome.

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Posted on November 26, 2007, in Culture, Religion and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. MJ "revoltingpawn"

    I can’t wait for this series Matthew…

    To answer one question – Does American culture still need God or even want him?

    Most people need God since can’t understand their place without him. Should the question be “Does Religion have a future”?

    OK… I will wait for your posts on the subject.

    So our readers know Matthew is an Agnostic who shuns religion and I am an Agnostic who happens to believe in God. Look for my comments on each post in the series for an additional viewpoint. I hope our readers will also be sharing their thoughts on each part in the upcoming series.

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