Almost Christian 8- Hanging Loose: The Art of Detachment

"The soul needs amazement, the repeated liberation from customs, viewpoints, and convictions, which, like layers of fat that make us untouchable and insensitive, accumulate around us. What appears obvious is that we need to be touched by the spirit of life and that without amazement and enthusiasm nothing new can begin" - Dorothy Soelle   … Continue reading Almost Christian 8- Hanging Loose: The Art of Detachment

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On Campus at PSU Berks

Since Penn State has no fall break, students go straight through from August until today, thirteen straight weeks of class with only labor day as a respite in early September.  But now they head home for a full week off.  They need a break.  I can definitely see their weariness in their eyes and body … Continue reading On Campus at PSU Berks

Summer in Thessalonica – Do not be Deceived!

Jehovah's Witnesses are famous for their door-to-door evangelism techniques. Maybe you've groaned as you have seen them walk toward your door? The Jehovah's Witnesses trace their roots to Charles Taze Russell in the 1870s who, with a group of friends studying the Bible, came to new teachings on Jesus' second coming. For centuries Christians had … Continue reading Summer in Thessalonica – Do not be Deceived!

Souls in Transition – Does Religion Make a Difference?

Does religion matter when it comes to how emerging adults live? Does your religion make a difference in your everyday choices? This is the theme of the ninth chapter of Souls in Transition. In previous chapters emerging adults had been divided into religious groups: conservative Protestant, mainline Protestant, black Protestant, Catholic, Mormon, Jewish, other religion … Continue reading Souls in Transition – Does Religion Make a Difference?