By Cathy Lynn Grossman
When Ben Helton signed up for an online dating service, under "religion" he called himself "spiritually apathetic...
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Private chapels have been around for centuries in Europe as a must-have component of any aristocratic country estate. Now, the tradition is catching o...
It is puzzling that growing evidence showing the importance of congregations cultivating the spiritual lives of the faithful is so routinely ignored.
Religious faith in America certainly has something to offer. Will it once again find its voice?
This diverse, unorganized mish-mash of open-minded seekers tends to approach spirituality in a reasonable, rational and pragmatic manner, and it's the fastest-growing religious category in America: spiritual but not religious.
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