I enjoyed today's program. But I disagree with Mr. McGuire about faith and spirituality. All the great spiritual leaders have been connected to a religious tradition, if not organized religion. Look at Dorothy Day, D. Lama, M. Teresa, M.L. King, Gandhi, Bonhoeffer, Buber, Heschel, etc. You can't really divorce the two, even though that's popular in some circles. If you do divorce the two, the spirituality can become empty, formless, and vapid. There are exceptions such as Thoreau but those are rare. I'm biased coming from the church but no more so than one who's anti organized religion.
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