James K A Smith, Spiritual But Not Religious: Seeking Transcendence in a Secular Age





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Published on May 16, 2014

In May, 2014, Graduate Christian Fellowship at the University of Washington and the Fuller Institute for Northwest Theology and Culture hosted this lecture by Dr. James K A Smith with a panel of local academics as respondents. Drawing from the philosophy of Charles Taylor, Dr. Smith explains that our secular age is haunted by a deep desire for transcendence and that this desire manifests itself in an explosion of various spiritualities. The panelists help to unpack these ideas and talk about how they see these realities playing out in the spiritually complex context of the Pacific Northwest.

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