Sacred Matters.

  By Louis A. Ruprecht Jr.  I was delighted when I first heard of the possibility that this important new online journal was to be created. I was even more delighted when asked to participate in its creation, formation, and custodial care. I anticipate grand things for Sacred Matters. I am grateful to Gary Laderman for once again having the vision to create such a shared space, devoted to scholarly and not-so-scholarly reflection on the future of religion, spirituality, and the sacred in what is, by all accounts, our rather complex and conflicted cultural and political modern present. I refer to […]

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  The sacred is social. That means Sacred Matters wants to hear from our readers through social media. As with our letters, we want your feedback on our stories. We want to know what you think is sacred. We want to know why you think the sacred matters. Follow our Twitter feed @sacredmatters for a stream of stories from around the web that follow the religious currents of culture. Check out our Facebook page and leave us a comment. Or subscribe to our newsletter and keep up to date on the latest news and content from Sacred Matters. Either way, […]