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Chinese and Japanese American Religious “None’s”

January 27, 2016

A 2015 study of Chinese and Japanese American religious “none’s” showed high “rates of ancestor veneration and participation in ethnic religious festivals, as well as strong familial and reciprocal obligations,” (http://www.mdpi.com/2077-1444/6/3/891)

Register now to hear informative discussion on issues surrounding the “done’s and none’s” at ISAAC’s 7th Symposium!


Reflection on 7th Symposium: Alex Dobbs

The ISAAC Dones and Nones Symposium was fantastic! So many good speakers sharing great wisdom on how to love, welcome, converse with, and journey with those feeling alienated by the church. I learned our approach as church leaders has to be one of love and really...

Reflection on 7th Symposium: Janelle Paule

As a millennial who has been hurt by the Church, it can be easy to fall into the pattern of thinking that I am the only one in my situation. I know that God loves the church, so when my attitude towards the church is one of bitterness, I often wonder if that means...