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Christianity and the Future of Faith

Summary: A common encouragement among evangelical preachers is that Jesus commanded the disciples to "go" not "huddle." But perhaps there is a need now to huddle. At least for long enough to re-discover the our place and importance in society, beyond providing a moral base from which the world is steadily moving. It is time we were presented with a holistic explication of faith that defines every aspect of human existence, instead of disjointed theological principles. It may be our only hope for a future.
Christianity and the Future of Faith

Zionic ministries is located on the corner of Webster and Park Avenue somewhere in the Bronx. With a congregation of about a hundred and fifty adults cutting across a number of racial and cultural lines. It is only a small church but within its ranks you will find a diverse history of religious experiences, a common appreciation and accommodation of individual differences and perhaps even a prophecy of the future.

Nowhere is the meeting more alive on any Sunday morning than in the youth department. It is here the church trains its reserve, from its teenagers down to babes in arms. My interests lie mainly with the teens. Bold and uninhibited they are a product of the hip hop culture recently grafted into the body of Christ. There is a liberty to their worship and faith. Their conversation...

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