If you consider yourself "spiritual but not religious," can you help us understand what this term actually means to you? Does science have something to do with it?
“Everything I write is for spiritual reasons—to help people keep their spirits up, to help transform misery into laughter or healing, to help people remember the truth of their spiritual identities.”
We've been thinking about Anne Lamott a lot lately as we continue to build a dialogue about what it means to be spiritual but not necessarily religious.
Over at Floatingsheep, Mark Graham has been rendering some superb data sets about religion as it manifests itself in various ways on the Internet.
Loving Tablet Magazine's humorous approach to the High Holy Days. A few of our favorites...
A former guest's animated Harvard speech on how children handle situations of conflict.
Desmond Tutu has become a somewhat controversial figure in the global religious landscape by insisting that sexual orientation, like racial equality, is a basic human right.
A guest contributor reflects on how being still with life's deaths and resurrections connects her to the universe.
A found image adds a layer to the relationship between Darwin's theory and religion.
His answer to the audience question, “Is religion potentially dangerous?” is one that’s often asked in the context of the seemingly intractable conflict between Israelis and Palestinians.