Sunday, July 21, 2019

Kansas City Blogger Considers American Faith In The Internets

Worthwhile screed on the topic of what really rules the hearts and minds of the U.S. population . . . Given when and where we actually bow our heads . . . On the bright side, teens aren't really growing horns from mobile phones as some previous reports have suggested. Read more:

Maybe the internet is our religion: 7-20/21-19

In recent weeks here on the blog I've considered the changing face of religion in the U.S. and around the world, focusing on alternative spiritual paths, the rise of the "nones," or religiously unaffiliated, and the sinking popularity of clergy....

4 comments:

Not A Clergyman said...

Oh my God ! Bill Tammeus...has written...a good article. Must...lie...down.

Anonymous said...

We got you stupid fockers hooked and addicted to all this idiotic crap and we are making millions.

We OWN your kids too!

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

The Churches could get in on this gig they cared more about what their parishioners need and led about conforming their thinking to rigid formulas.

Reality Speaker said...

From the Carlin School of Theology, a brief explanation of all things godly.

https://video.search.yahoo.com/yhs/search?fr=yhs-pty-pty_maps&hsimp=yhs-pty_maps&hspart=pty&p=george+carlin+on+god+and+money#id=1&vid=41df068b659a9a2fbc8e83e9e73b7e93&action=click