This rebroadcast originally aired on April 14, 2021.
A current Gallup ballot discovered that fewer than half of People belong to a home of worship. However whereas People is perhaps dropping their faith, they don’t seem to be dropping their non secular fervor. What’s filling the God hole?
Casper ter Kuile, co-founder at Sacred Design Lab and Ministry Innovation Fellow at Harvard Divinity Faculty. Co-author of “How We Gather” and “Care of Souls,” two reviews profiling new types of social and non secular connection. (@caspertk)
Kelsey Ogbewe, sophomore at Montgomery School in Maryland; author and poet who writes about his previous experiences with faith and on social justice points. (@KOgbewe)
Extra from WBUR
Axios: “America is losing its religion” — “The accelerating pattern in the direction of a extra secular America represents a elementary change within the nationwide character, one that can have main ramifications for politics and even social cohesion.”
Knowledge of Crowds: “How the Death of Faith Will Hurt the Left” — “In a historic blink of a watch, the US has gone from being one of many world’s extra non secular nations to one of many least non secular for which knowledge is on the market.”
The Atlantic: “America Without God” —”As Christianity’s maintain, particularly, has weakened, ideological depth and fragmentation have risen. American religion, it seems, is as fervent as ever; it’s simply that what was as soon as non secular perception has now been channeled into political perception.”