the time they were children, Baby Boomers have
pretty much defined life on
CLARK ROOF, PROFESSOR OF RELIGION AND SOCIETY
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA
BOOMERS SHOULD EMBRACE THIS BOOK
So Might Others Who Enjoy Mind-Expanding Ideas
Rose here. OK. I admit it. I’m one of
them — those infamous Baby Boomers who’ve been shaking up the world for nearly
70 years. Yes. From the time we reached the much-lauded “age of reason,” we
Boomettes started sporting our proverbial skeptic hats as if they were coveted
badges of honor and courage.
Notorious for questioning, challenging
and changing everything from clothing, hairstyles, music, politics, religion
(and just about everything else imaginable), we Boomers are especially known
for having abandoned the principles of organized religion into which
many of us were systematically
indoctrinated as youngsters.
We questioned everything! And
some of us, for better or for worse, are still doing it. What has traditionally
been a mid-life crisis for those in previous generations looks more like a
mid-life quest for spirituality within today’s Boomer ranks — an almost
desperate need to explain God, life, ourselves and eternity as we begin (for
the first time in our outlandishly bold, questioning lives) to actually eyeball
our own mortality as something quite real and inevitable.
Can you identify? If so,
you’ll likely embrace the spiritual/intellectual challenges found in How
Did God Do It?
Even if you never pick up the
book, we invite you to blog with us as we continue on our personal
faith/spiritual journeys. For starters, here are some questions to ponder:
you believe in God, how do you envision Him/Her/They?
adjectives would you use to describe God?
you involve God in your life? If so, how?
there been times in your life that you feel God was “speaking” to you? If so,
how do you think that happened?
We look forward to blogging
with you. Blessings!
- Walt & Rose Huber