Modern Believing

Evangelic al Hegemony and Marginality: Discovering Liberalism for a Churchless Faith

Modern Believing (2018), 59, (2), 105–122.

Abstract

Research has and is still being done regarding the correlation between declining religious affiliation and religious identity. Findings indicate that a large number of church-leavers continue to believe without belonging to a specific church. They are ascribed many labels. This article specifically considers the work of Jamieson (2002), Fazzino (2014) and Aisthorpe (2016), with a specific interest in continuing spirituality and the discovery of liberal faith.

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Gerhardt, Trevor