THE MODERN world is returning to the old gods. Festivals like the recent Burning Man are a symptom, not the cause, of the growth of the new paganism. Carl Teichrib, author of the forthcoming book Game of Gods, explains why Christians should be concerned by the growth and direction of transformational festivals.
IT SOUNDS too bizarre to possibly be true, but our future is being shaped, at least in part, by a bunch of people who spend a week each year dancing half-naked around a giant burning statue in the desert. Carl Teichrib, editor of Forcing Change, shares some of his research on transformational festivals and why Christians need to pay attention to them.