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The U.S.’s “fertile soil” for new religious movements. 10 reasons for the lengthy list of options populating America’s religious menu . Howard Culbertson Southern Nazarene University. 1. Secularism. Secular people

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the u s s fertile soil for new religious movements

The U.S.’s “fertile soil” for new religious movements

10 reasons for the lengthy list of options populating America’s religious menu

Howard Culbertson

Southern Nazarene University

1 secularism
1. Secularism
  • Secular people
    • May look religious, but live without a daily awareness of or reference to God and His church
    • Think God and His people are irrelevant
    • Find Christianity boring and perhaps even untrue
9 affluence and consumerism
9. Affluence and consumerism

“ Religion comparison chart” of skit in Worldview Boutique video

10 failures in the church
10. Failures in the church
  • Inadequate Biblical teaching
  • sub-Christian “gospel of success”
  • Extreme individualism
  • Sterile liturgy
  • Overemphasis on doctrine
  • Lack of authentic Christian community
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