Join us for a conversation with Casper Ter Kuile of The Sacred Design Lab about religious and non-religious spirituality during our pandemic, including what it means to create meaning and mark time in moments of spiritual disorientation.
Casper Ter Kuile is host of the award-winning podcaster and researcher, whose work has been featured in the New York Times, Vice, The Atlantic, and the Washington Post.
Episode Highlights Include:
- The unique spiritual challenges of living during a pandemic
- Rituals to mark time, including liturgical Mario Kart garb
- How COVID-19 has accelerated trends in religious life, for good and for ill
- How Millennial spirituality is inflected by class
- The respective strengths and weaknesses of non-religious spiritual community
If you liked this episode, check out:
- Our interview with Kenda Creasy-Dean, “Youth Spirituality and the Advent of a New Church”
- Casper’s podcast, “Harry Potter and the Sacred Text”
- Casper’s upcoming book, “The Power of Ritual: Turning Everyday Actiivites Into Soulful Practices.”
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