Are we living through a 'spiritual revolution' in which traditional
forms of religion are giving way to new forms of spirituality? Are
yoga, reiki and other forms of holistic practice set to become more
popular than churchgoing?
This book addresses these questions by presenting findings from
a major research project designed to chart the state of religion
and spirituality today. Though it finds little to support more
extreme claims of change, it discovers that spiritualities which
engage with the depths of personal experience are faring far better
than religions that demand conformity to higher truth. These
developments are explained by drawing attention to the significance
of a 'subjective turn' in the wider culture - whereby conformity to
external obligations becomes less important than sensitivity to
inner life and wellbeing.
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