Are There Dangers In Being `Spiritual But Not Religious`?
"People seem not to have the time nor the energy or interest to delve deeply into any one faith or religious tradition. So they move through, collecting ideas and practices and tenets that most appeal to the self, but making no connections to groups or communities", Ann Greeley, a theology and philosophy professor at Sacred Heart University in Connecticut says.
Study Shows Trendy Spiritualism Breeds Unhappiness
YOUNG people who embrace trendy, self-focused spiritualism are more anxious and depressed than those who believe in God or reject religion altogether, a survey shows.
A major Queensland [Australia] study of 21-year olds suggests that the shift away from traditional religious beliefs to new-age religions is not making young adults happier.