The Myth of the Dying Church: How Faithful Christianity is Actually Growing in America and the World
:False news is not limited to politics. There is a pervasive myth circulating that says the church is dying. GLENN STANTON rebuts that fake news and paints a truly positive picture of America's churches. Much has been made...
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:False news is not limited to politics. There is a pervasive myth circulating that says the church is dying. GLENN STANTON rebuts that fake news and paints a truly positive picture of America's churches.
Much has been made of the so-called "nones" - those who claim no spiritual affiliation. Media has spun the nones into a chicken-little the sky is falling narrative. The nones are an infamously difficult subsection to understand and there is a lot of false information on them. Glenn Stanton believes the nones story has become overblown and has become "a thing" due to curiosity and repetition of their supposed irreligiosity. THE MYTH OF THE DYING CHURCH digs deeply into the research concerning spirituality in America and reveals the hope and truth about the vitality and future of the church.
Glenn T. Stanton is a husband, father, writer and speaker. He married his high-school sweetheart, Jacqueline Stanton, 22 years ago and they have five young children, ages nine and under. They have little sleep, but much joy! Glenn is the Director of Social Research and Cultural Affairs and Senior Research Analyst for Marriage and Sexuality at Focus on the Family.He is the author of Why Marriage Matters: Reasons to Believe in Marriage in Postmodern Society, which examines the rich and diverse benefits marriage brings to adults, children, and society. He is also a contributor to two books, The F