The Evolutionist View of Religion

Natural Sciences

The Evolutionist View of Religion — This conventional kinship hypothesis of religion proposes that serving God and serving the “circle” of people to whom one is psychologically (and sometimes genetically) tied become synonymous.  Over time the “circle of kin” expands to include more and more non-relatives, as within-group ties are strengthened by shared practices and beliefs. […]

The Story We Find Ourselves In: Nurturing Christians in a Consumer Culture

The Story We Find Ourselves In: Nurturing Christian Identity in a Consumer Culture –Consumerism has become society’s prevailing story, the story in which young people cultivate their identity. It is now important to help them shift from viewing themselves as objects within a consumer society to seeing themselves as subjectsand agents of God’s love.

A Public School Bible Curriculum

All New Briefs

A Public School Bible Curriculum — The Mustang, Okla., school board voted Monday (April 14) to adopt a Bible course developed by Steve Green, clearing the way for the Hobby Lobby president, whose suit against the Affordable Care Act is currently before the U.S. Supreme Court, to enter another charged arena at the borderline of […]

 
 
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