This resource unpacks the meaning of the phrase "spiritual but not religious," providing a well-researched representation of the spiritual life of Americans through the narratives of 95 men and women.
four categories of religious experience, what it means to be "spiritual but not religious," insight from the narratives of 95 men and women
clergy and lay leaders
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- Identify the religious experiences of congregants by studying the four categories of religious experience: the theistic, the extra-theistic, ethical spirituality, and belief and belonging.
- Gain a better understanding of what individuals may mean when they identify as "spiritual but not religious."