More Choosing "None Of The Above" For Church

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September 20, 2012 - 2:51pm

 

Above, from left to right: John O'Keefe of Creighton University, Beth Katz of Project Interfaith in Omaha, and Paul Williams of University of Nebraska Omaha

 

When it comes to the question “what religion are you,” more and more people are checking the box that says “none of the above.” But as NET Radio’s Jerry Johnston reports, that may not mean those people aren’t religious.

There is one more Community Conversation. Join a panel of experts, ask questions, get involved. It's free, open to the public, Monday, September 24th at 7pm central at the NET Building, 1800 N. 33rd in Lincoln.

The Governors Lecture in the Humanities with Robert Putnam on the topic American Grace: How Religion Unites and Divides us is October 2nd at the Lied Center in Lincoln.

Here's an interview with Robert Putnam.

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