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February 05, 2015

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Eileen

I appreciated this review right up until the last paragraph. Then Monte negated the premise of "spiritual but not religious" by defining it as one aspect of an obligatory organized religion. I think the primary issue for SBNRs is precisely the way in which organized religion tends to stamp out spirituality! For many people the organized religion is so toxic, the only way to maintain a spiritual life is to stay away from religion and religious people! And suggesting their spirituality is a fiction unless they function within the organized church only flogs them one more time across their departing backs!

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