Spiritual but not Religious

We often hear people say, “I am spiritual, but I am not religious.”  People who express such a sentiment usually mean that they are against organized religion.  Larry Peers has an interesting article posted on Alban Institute blog entitled, “Spiritual but Not Religious.”   For example, Larry offers, “If we listen to folks who claim to be “spiritual, not religious” we may discover that some of their critique may be useful to hear. In particular, our forms of doing things, our way of organizing may be inhibiting rather than facilitating belonging.” 

I encourage you to read his article in its entirety.

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