Art Farnsley directed the research of the Project on Religion and Urban Culture at the Polis Center of Indiana University. He has extensively studied congregations and social services and is one of the authors of Sacred Circles, Public Squares: The Multicentering of American Religion (Indiana University Press, 2004). His most recent work is “Flea Market Jesus,” on the religious attitudes of flea market dealers, many of whom are religious unaffiliated. He has also written about the Southern Baptist Convention and politics.
|Categories||Beliefs & practices, Congregations, education, Government & politics, Law & courts, Money & giving, Poverty & welfare, Society & culture|
|Locations||Indiana, United States of America|
|Faiths||Baptist/Southern Baptist, Christianity|