Next week we’ll be continuing the discussion of walking away from faith. For those of you who want to catch up, here are links to all of the posts so far:
Generation Gap – Who are the millennials or mosaics or whatever we want to call them? [BTW] Ben Trube, Writer
Generational Distinctives – What makes the millennials different than previous generations? Bob on Books
How would you describe yourself? – What words do millennials use to describe themselves? [BTW] Ben Trube, Writer
Nomads, Prodigals and Exiles – How are different groups “lost” to the church? Bob on Books
Faith Outside the Church – The journey of a sometimes nomad, sometimes exile. [BTW] Ben Trube, Writer
Christianity and Me, part 1 – What a prodigal admires about faith. Brian D. Buckley
Christianity and Me, part 2 – Why am I not a Christian? Brian D. Buckley
One final thing to leave you with for the weekend: an interesting story I came across today on NPR that seemed relevant to this topic.
For An Ex-Christian Rocker, Faith Lost Is A Following Gained – Exploring the loss of faith through music.
Thanks to everyone who’s commented or posted so far! If you have anything you’d like to talk about, or questions about this topic, please leave them in the comments.
Happy Friday! Beware of Snowmageddon!
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