Increasingly this is a discussion more and more people are having – how to best express this issue – religious or spiritual? Are the two that different?
Marissa Mitchell recently did a story on the subject for an Alabama ABC affiliate and found some interesting discussions.
“More people are identifying themselves as “spiritual” but not “religious,” particularly Millennials, people who are between the ages of 18 and 30. But the debate centers on the distinction between the two terms, as well as what it means to be “spiritual but not religious.”
“Experts say, generally, people who prefer the term “spiritual” reject organized religion. But in recent years, people of traditional faiths, including Christians, say “spiritual” better describes their faith.”
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