Chude Jideonwo’s article titled; “‘Spiritual but not religious’ is its own special kind of Reformation” was featured in Thrive Global.
You can read the full post here: https://thriveglobal.com/stories/spiritual-but-not-religious-is-its-own-special-kind-of-reformation/
As I spent a few months in America last year as part of an academic fellowship, I couldn’t miss this wherever I went. “Spiritual but not religious” was the new black amongst young people who were making it clear that they reject the bigotry and oppression that religion has often been responsible for, while still embracing the transcendence and sense of meaning that a spiritual life may bestow.
So these young people are choosing yoga studios over church buildings, meditation podcasts over dedicated church attendance and social justice over theology.