Spiritual But Not Religious
Religion As A Plurality Of Poets: The Great American Philosopher Richard Rorty's Vision Of Spiritual Life
There is no such thing as the love of Truth. What has been called by that name is a mixture of the love of reaching intersubjective
Abby Stein wanted nothing to do with God after she left her Hasidic community. But she soon realized that something was missing from her life.
"It's most important to me, though, just to be good in your heart and do good in the world."
The U2 frontman expresses the kind of faith that is filled with both skepticism and a deep yearning for answers.
For much of the late 20th Century and all of the early 21st Century, an increasing number of people have described themselves as "spiritual, but not religious."
And kids with big questions.
Very recently I was introduced to a church-word I had never heard before. The new word, now part of my professional lexicon, is "Creasters." Like a celebrity mash-up, it is a morphing of two words: "Christmas," and "Easter."
Abu Hamid al-Ghazali, an 11th-12th century Muslim mystic and scholar would tell us we've got it all wrong. Ghazali, the author
Do we need religion to feel wonder and awe?