I used to love on television mini-series when they would say “And now the stunning conclusion of…” to promote the last of a series.
I’d like to think this last portion of the interview and series is the best. Of course, it’s where you’ll find the bulk of my commentary.
From here, you’re likely to see my article sweep through atheism for a while. Like I’ve said before I tend to run article in series (with articles on gay rights, Muslim rights, immigrant rights). Right now, I’m focused on atheism, agnosticism and skepticism. I wrote an article (scroll down) focused on skepticism earlier this month. This series on “Youth & Religion” featured an atheist and I’m looking for opportunities with Thanksgiving next week to feature a story on who are atheists thankful to – themselves? I will also be part of Examiner.com’s forthcoming series “War on Christmas”. Until then…click the link below to read the finale to the “Youth & Religion” series and interview. Thanks for reading.
Click here to read \”Youth & Religion, Part 2: For Better or Worse?\”
It actually may surprise you how much the two have in common. At least the two Millennials I interviewed for Part 2 in my series. Atheism is the fastest growing religion in the U.S. and Catholicism is the fastest declining. I thought it’d be interesting to the get the perspective from two members of the Millennial generation. It’s actually a pretty informative interview. In fact, there’s so much content (6 pages) that the second half of the interview won’t be posted until tomorrow.
Click here to read the \”Youth & Religion Interview: It\’s Complicated\”
Part 1 of my series of articles – “Youth & Religion” posted today. Part 2 which begins an in-depth interview with an Agnostic Atheist and Catholic seminary student who is studying to be a priest will begin tomorrow. Part 3 which concludes the interview with the two will post on Friday. I’ve been working on this interview for about a month and I’m glad it’s finally coming out. I think the insight both of the interviews give is enlightening about just how unified we actually are. That’s all I will hint at. It’s something I hope people find both informative and engaging.
Click here to read \”Youth & Religion Part 1: Who are the Millennials?