Are you SBNR? Spiritual But Not Religious

This article, by Rabbi David Wolpe, presents a powerful set of counter-arguments to those who might identify as SBNR (Spiritual But Not Religious). Very thought provoking – but it lacks sympathy for the many who have been deeply hurt by (early) religious experience and constitute the walking wounded – and those who cannot submit to ‘the disease of exclusivity’.

Viewpoint: The Limitations of Being ‘Spiritual but Not Religious’

Rabbi David includes this ‘French Catholic writer Charles Péguy: “Everything begins in mysticism and ends in politics.”