Religion is what tells what a certain person believes in, and to what extent. If you come across a Muslim, you will know not to drink wine around them. If you accompany a Hindu, you will know not to eat cow meat in front of them.
The same is the case with atheists and seculars. As they do not believe in God or any religion, people avoid talking to them on the subject. However instead, it should be encouraged to talk about the sensitive topic of religion. With someone who does not believe in it.
If your concepts get through to the atheist. And they start believing in what you believe, you were on the right path. If not, you might want to rethink your faith.
This article is about Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies, a book published by a theologist and sociologist. Will the book succeed in enhancing your religious perspectives even if a little bit? Read to find out.
Who is Jonathan VanAntwerpen?
A director at the Henry Luce Foundation, a foundation. Aiming to strengthen the knowledge of religion in complex stages of life, Jonathan VanAntwerpen is a Doctor of Sociology and a theologist. Moreover, he also founded the Immanent Frame, a forum used to upload content regarding religious perspectives.
He is an author and director of many religious books such as Reverberations, Habermas and Religion, Rethinking Secularism, The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere, and many more. Undoubtedly, all his books were published in well-known journals and are still read by many.
Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies
The Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies is a digital experiment formed by the collaboration of The Immanent Frame and Killing the Buddha, the work of Frequencies is said to be the brainchild of Kathryn Lofton and John Lardas Modern, who were the executive editors. Some may say the work is a collaborative genealogy of spirituality.
The Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies was born based on spirituality, political engagement, and public life in the US. The idea was quite simple, yet intriguing. Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies uses light and sound frequencies to measure the potential of religion on the body, mind, and soul of a human. This work took Jonathan VanAntwerpen 11 years to complete.
Until lately, most of Jonathan VanAntwerpen’s works have become more conceptual and abstract, providing a meditating and healing chance to readers. Moreover, it can sense many waves such as refrigerator sounds and the crackle of a radio, and Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies was based on these sensitive frequencies sensed by a human.
A past work by Jonathan VanAntwerpen named Reverberations gave an idea about the different ways to pray. Even though he is a theologist, Jonathan VanAntwerpen knows how to target sensitive topics such as religion and secularism. Even the most qualified scholars hesitate while talking about these topics and prefer to give their viewpoints in places they will not be heard by billions of people. but Jonathan VanAntwerpen Frequencies gives a whole new theory about using human sensitivity and how religion influences it.