Led by Zach Wolfson
Historically, belief in God has helped to order societies and has given great hope to individual lives. But our modern secular scientific era has begun to seriously undermine this traditional belief, and the trend lines seem to indicate that people are responding by becoming more extreme on both ends. But the fastest growing group in the U.S. are the “nones,” people who simply forego any religious identity at all. Is it still possible to find identity, community, and meaning if we’ve realized that God doesn’t exist?