There is an American phenomenon that has begun spreading rapidly into the rest of the western world. It is recognizable by a common phrase that young adults are using, "I'm spiritual, but I'm not religious." What does this generation mean when they say that? This series will strive to define spirituality and religiosity, and find whether they are mutually exclusive or inclusive.
Why are so many young adults saying, "I'm not religious?"
How does your generation define religion? Is it a fair and accurate definition of what your local church is?
What percentage of spirituality is 1) Activity; 2) Study; 3) Group Worship; 4) God's Indwelling of Spirit?
This is a 4-part series sold as a 2-disc set.