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33% of the world population claim to be spiritual, but not religious. That implies for them that they are not attached to a particular religious group. 968 more words

Spiritual... but not religious?

“Religion” has become a bad word for many Americans. This does not necessarily mean that Americans have become any less religious. Instead, many people have come to prefer different language to describe their religious beliefs and practices. 839 more words

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Book Review: When "Spiritual But Not Religious" Is Not Enough

When “Spiritual But Not Religious” is Not Enough: Seeing God in Surprising Places, Even the Church by Lillian Daniel, Jericho Books, 2013, 215 pp.

When this book came out last year, it sparked a lot of interest, attention and controversy within the church world and beyond it. 756 more words

Book Review

Rise of the nones

In recent surveys, the religious “nones” — as in, “none of the above” — appear to lead in the faith marketplace. In fact, “none” could soon be the dominant label U.S. 946 more words

Ryan Hite

Spiritual but not religious

Just recently I attended a poetry reading. A dreadlocked young man announced, as a prelude to his poem, that he was “spiritual but not religious.” I suppose that disclaimer served as a warning for what was to follow. 986 more words

Knowing your friends...knowing yourself

1 Samuel 23:14-29

Reaching out from faith (Kyle):

Just when we find ourselves lost in the wilderness, perhaps lost and on the run from the very thing that tries to undo us; the very darkness that threatens to overwhelm the light in our lives.  883 more words


A religious person

According to a recently-released report from the Pew Research Center, only 36% of Millennials (ages 18-33) feel like the description “religious person” describes them well: 177 more words

Ryan Hite