This is a brief post pushing an article I read at the Religion News Service. The article deals with the growth of folk religion and how its affecting the “nones”, Catholics, atheists, and other Christians.
“No culture can live if it attempts to be exclusive.”
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Tara Isabella Burton from the Religion News Service has an interesting read on the growth of folk religion. It explores how New Age beliefs are affecting the “nones”, Catholics, atheists and other Christians. Its something to think about as our culture and society changes with time. The article is called, “From ‘cafeteria Catholics’ to New Age nones, religion is getting very pers …”