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The Social Ethic of Religiously Unaffiliated Spirituality
Today a growing percentage of Westerners are engaged in highly subjective, non-religiously affiliated forms of spiritual seeking. Since its early beginnings in the 1970s, New Age movement,Expand
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Reweaving the Social Fabric: Antecedents of Social Support Facilitation
Contemporary society leaves many individuals without a continuing support group. Continued integration into a network of supportive social relationships is demonstrably related to the prevention ofExpand
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Teaching & Learning Guide for: The Social Ethic of Religiously Unaffiliated Spirituality
Author's Introduction Historically, spirituality has almost always been embedded in religion, but in the years following the 1960s counterculture, spirituality has also forged an existence outsideExpand