Kim Crooks Korinek published an article on the Christian Science Monitor Website addressing how a rethink of church as founded on the basis of spiritual healing can meet the need of expressing and sharing spirituality in todays world. The article says:
The demand for church is real. Some might agree with that statement. Others emphatically won’t. And yet in spite of declining membership, concerns about youth leaving church, and tragic stories of abuse, there is something else going on. Traditional forms of religious authority are falling away, giving an opening to a radical reexamination and rebirth of church. An article in the Monitor Daily, for instance, speaks to a rise in unconventional outlets for faith and spirituality, such as music festivals.
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