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Number of Pages: 294
Vendor: Loyola Press
Dimensions: 9.25 X 6.25 (inches)
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Consuming Religion: Christian Faith and Practice in a Consumer CultureVincent J. MillerContinuum International / 2005 / Trade Paperback$41.50Availability: Expected to ship on or about 08/01/15.CBD Stock No: WW417493
We're on a Mission from God: The Generation X Guide to John Paul II & the Real Meaning of LifeMary Beth BonacciIgnatius Press / 1996 / Trade Paperback$9.99 Retail:
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My Dear Young Friends: Pope John Paul II Speaks to Teens of Life, Love, and CouragePope John Paul IISaint Mary's Press / 2001 / Trade Paperback$8.50 Retail:
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Shopping for Faith: American Religion in the New MillenniumRichard Cimino, Don LattinJohn Wiley & Sons / Trade Paperback$21.60 Retail:
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The New Faithful is a groundbreaking book that examines the growing trend toward religious orthodoxy among today's young adults. author and Journalist Colleen Carroll Campbell offers strong opinions on how this movement might transform an American society steeped in moral relativism and secularism.
Blending investigative journalism with in-depth analysis, Campbell seeks the reasons behind the choice of orthodoxy in a socity that often denigrates traditional morality and rejects organized religion.
Colleen Carroll Campbell is an award-winning journalist who has worked as a speechwriter to President George W. Bush. She has also contributed to a wide variety of pulications including the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Memphis Commercial Appeal, and Washingtonian magazine.
James Koffman5 Stars Out Of 5August 7, 2009James KoffmanI am only about a quarter through but am impressed by the observations of the author. Though many of the references seem to be in the context of Catholicism, so far, the principles of the trends are transferable to protestantism.This book was researched pre 2002, when this movement would have been less perceptible than it is today. It is to the authors credit that she detected it and dug into it.As a person interested in furthering the faith and reaching others, I look forward to her conclusions and how they might be applied to this purpose.