As as a general indicator of developing religious sensibilities in American culture, the New Age bears continued Christian interest. It remains, at the very least, a very important resource for understanding trends in American culture and for identifying opportunities for Christian theology and mission. Among these opportunities that New Age movements provide for Christian theology and mission is the opportunity to address religious and metaphysical questions which for many years have been of little interest to a general audience. These metaphysical questions include popular discussion of cosmology, ontology, God, the soul, free will, and a renewed interest in religious experience.
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Keifert, Patrick R. “Resurrection and the New Age.” Word & World 11, no. 1 (1991): 44–49.
Keifert, Patrick R., "Resurrection and the New Age" (1991). Faculty Publications. 114.