|Author:||Bruce Greer,Mary Johnson,Andrea Leibson,Wade Clark Roof|
|Subcategory:||Worship & Devotion|
|Publisher:||Harper San Francisco; 1st Edition edition (January 1, 1994)|
|Other formats:||azw lrf mobi lrf|
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Roof points out that middle age has propelled many baby boomers to embark on a spiritual journey.
Those born between 1946 and 1964 were deeply affected by the social upheavals, affluence, gender revolution, education, and media of the 1960s. Roof points out that middle age has propelled many baby boomers to embark on a spiritual journey. They seek a more active inner life, closer ties with the natural world, an appreciation of the body, and a sense of community.
Inside and Out, Boomers are Spiritual Seekers. com User, February 7, 2000
Inside and Out, Boomers are Spiritual Seekers. com User, February 7, 2000. One in every four of them say they can imagine God as a Mother. One in three are born-again Christians. Two in three support the ordination of women.
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Roof, Wade Clark, Bruce Greer, Mary Johnson, and Andrea Leibson. The three-generations thesis and the American Jews. The British Journal of Sociology 24(2): 151–164
Roof, Wade Clark, Bruce Greer, Mary Johnson, and Andrea Leibson. A generation of seekers: The spiritual journeys of the baby boom generation. San Francisco: Harper San Francisco. The British Journal of Sociology 24(2): 151–164. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Sheskin, Ira M. 2013.
Though the religious symbols, rituals and fundamental meaning systems they knew in childhood fail to capture their hearts and minds, they are not without a desire for spiritual richness.
by Wade Clark Roof, Bruce Greer, Mary Johnson. ISBN 9780060669645 (978-0-06-066964-5) Softcover, Harper San Francisco, 1994. I-5 Traveller: Rest Areas; West Coast States. by Ken Johnson, Mary Johnson.
Professor of Religion and Society at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has also written books such as A Generation of Seekers: The Spiritual Journeys of the Baby Boom Generation,American Mainline Religion: Its Changing Shape and Future,Contemporary American Religion. Two Volume Se. etc. He writes in the Introduction, "This book is about religious change in the United States as viewed through the experiences of the post-World.
Roof, Wade Clark (1993). San Francisco: HarperSanFrancisco. Schacter-Shalomi, Zalman (with Miller, Ronald) (1995). From Age-ing to Sage-ing. New York: Grand Central Publishing. Schwarz, Richard (2000). Finding A Spiritual Home.