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Spirit Dwells in the Mind of Man
by Rebecca Bynum (August 2012)
In a recent essay, I bemoaned the reticence of my fellow conservatives to employ the word spiritual. The reason for this, or so I am told, is that when someone says, “I’m not religious, but I’m spiritual,” that person actually means, “I am a political liberal.” He identifies himself as belonging among those who display a “non-judgmental” attitude toward his fellows (in most circumstances) and regards this attitude as the highest social virtue. He exalts the liberation from moral restraint as being, in fact, the highest morality. To the conservative mind, this signifies the renewal of anarchy and barbarism. more>>>