In this compilation of essays, scholars and practitioners of nine major faith traditions speak out about the future of their communities, beliefs, and practices. And in recognition of the growing body of nontheists around the world—atheists, humanists, and secularists—we have added a tenth collection of articles on the Future of Atheism and Humanism.Scholars and writers at the forefront of their communities address a wide variety of topics in relation to their traditions: the effects of media and technology, trends evident in upcoming generations of believers, political marginalization and struggles with fundamentalism, diasporic changes, interreligious fusion, and the gradual dilution of core beliefs.
It looks like a really wonderful compilation. Another reason I’m telling you that you should buy it, is that I have an essay in the book entitled “Presbymergent: A Reforming Spirit from the Inside.” At any rate, it’s only $2.99 and would be a good summer read to throw on your Kindle or iPad. You can get it here.