jerry dewitt

Secular group bends rules of religion through its philanthropic missions

A new company is on a mission that could have many Americans thinking twice about people performing deeds that have traditionally been considered the domain of the religious. is that company. Its mission is simple: raise money through t-shirt and wristband sales to help fund secular and progressive religious organizations whose missions compel them to do good.

Host Jamila Bey spoke with Jerry DeWitt, a former Pentacostal minister and author of the book, “Hope After Faith,” and Mark and Shannon Nebo to discuss the company and its growth as part of the growing body of Americans who are without religious affiliation.

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