The Future of Religion: Patheos Launches Summer Series

June 25, 2010

Patheos Summer Series

What are challenges confronting faith leaders in the years ahead? Will the future of interreligious relations be dominated by conflict or cooperation? What trends will affect how people worship and practice their respective faiths? These are just a few of the questions the exciting new summer series at Patheos will be addressing. Beginning June 28, the Future of Religion series will feature essays tackling issues on interfaith relations, race, blogging, theological issues, politics, film, music, and emerging movements. The Future of Religion Series schedule is: June 28 – The Future of Hinduism July 5 – The Future of Buddhism July 12 – The Future of Judaism July 19 – The Future of Christianity: Catholicism July 26 – The Future of Christianity: Mainline Protestantism August 2 – The Future of Christianity: Evangelicalism August 9 – The Future of Christianity: Mormonism August 16 – The Future of Islam August 23 – The Future of Paganism August 30 – The Future of Humanism September 6 – The Future of Religion Click here to learn more about the upcoming Patheos series.

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