Are religious communities reviving the revival? In the US, outdoor worship has a long tradition

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2020-06-10
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Wheatley, Jeffrey
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Philosophy and Religious Studies
The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies focuses on two areas of study. Its major in Philosophy seeks to examine human experience and reality through critical reflection and argument, developing skills in critical analysis and knowledge of ethics and philosophy. The major in Religious Studies seeks to investigate and reflect upon world religions in an objective, critical, and appreciative manner, providing students with knowledge of religion’s nature and its roles in social and individual life.
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Religious communities have been forced to find alternative ways to worship together during the coronavirus pandemic. For some that has meant going online, but others have turned to a distinctly non-digital practice steeped in this history of the American religious experience: outdoor worship.

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This article is published as Wheatley, J., Are religious communities reviving the revival? In the US, outdoor worship has a long tradition,” The Conversation, June 10, 2020.

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