The conclusion of our adult ed series on Charles Taylor’s seminal work, A Secular Age. This is part 6 of 6.
A continuation of our adult ed series on Charles Taylor’s seminal work, A Secular Age. This is part 5 of 6.
This talk covers chapter one of James K.A. Smith’s primer on A Secular Age by Charles Taylor. For talk one, go here.
This is Part One of our Adult Ed series on Charles Taylor’s A Secular Age, and James K.A. Smith’s primer on the subject, How (Not) To Be Secular.
To read the quote from David Dark’s Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious, click here. And to read the New York Times article about anxiety amongst American teenagers, click here.
To read the story about burn victims, hypnosis and forgiveness, go here. Some parts of the sermon were incorporated into this article on “Accidental Killers and Cities of Refuge”.
To read the Messenger article quoted in the sermon, click here. For more of the sources on the Charlottesville aftermath DZ drew upon, click here.
Here’s the Andre Dubus quote referenced. Here’s the Mischa Willett poem. Here’s the George Saunders piece from the New Yorker. Here’s the Anne Lamott quote.
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