With David Saetre
We begin our fall series of meditations with an exploration of the promise and peril of religion. The word “religion” comes from a Latin root word meaning “to connect.” When you add the prefix “re,” the meaning of religion might be best described as reconnecting—reconnecting with the sources of meaning and the foundations for our deepest values.
We also know, too well, the ways religions can foster narrow mindedness and hatred toward others. So, what is the place of religion and spirituality in contemporary society, in our world, and in our own lives?
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