In a time when many state that they are not “religious” or do not have a “religion,” their understanding of these words is needlessly narrow. A broader definition of religion as “the human person’s response to finitude” is offered.
In a time when many deny any belief in God, the word “God” is examined critically. The option is given to choose among a variety of god concepts or none at all.
In a time when all religious authority is questioned, as an antidote to chaos or tyranny, the Freedom Covenant provides the structural basis for a religious community to welcome diversity of belief and practice.
In a time when many feel isolated and personally inauthentic, the quest for Soteria or “eudaemonia” is life affirming.
In a time when traditional religious communities are becoming increasingly ineffectual and are experiencing breakdown and decline, a Polydox Community provides a positive and constructive alternative.