How has religion evolved in the world and in America? Is capitalism and technology a threat to religious traditions, or healthy competition? How can we understand the decline of traditional religion, while at the same time witness the growth of fundamentalism or the emergence of secular humanism?
"We have moved from isolated communities to personal isolation. We live in a society where we don't know where we fit." To quote my guest, Ken Keach. This is a core aspect of religious evolution today. The market for religious ideas has certainly shifted, but have the demands truly changed?
From the influence of technology and capitalism, to various strains of fundamentalism, to the impact of science and more secular forms of religious ideas – this part aims to help us navigate the landscape of religion in these rapidly changing times.