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RE100 (12)
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3&13 (RM)

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Department
Religion & Culture
Course Code
RE100
Professor
Chris Klassen

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3 - “big box churches” represent both a break with tradition and also a conscious attempt on the part of religion to adapt to a new generation of churchgoers - Online rituals devoid of a “real-time” community - Those who watch religious television still participate in local congregations o Attendance highly correlated with the viewing of that programming - Internet technology revels in the fragmentation of our identities - There is no privileged access for some religious groups over others - “megachurches” limited to protestant congregations, minimum of 2000 attendees on any given Sunday morning o Best known for their diversity in contemporary worship forms and styles - Alternative spiritualities – not representing traditional religious beliefs and practices that one might find 13 – END OF DAYS? RELIGION AND THE ENVIRONMENT - Environmentalism is a social movement and worldview that prioritizes care and preservation of the earth’s natural environment - Much of the conflict between environmentalists and their objectors appears to be secular, rather than religious - Evangelical – “call to civic responsibility” and “greening of evangelical” - Wiccans place a high priority on environmentalism - Native American religions as well “mother earth” “
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