Spiritual But Not Religious

Where to look for the origins of common daily rituals

If you’re among the more than 27% of Americans counting themselves in this category, you might be interested not only in why this is the case, but also in learning more about the religion which has no name, which possibly undergirds modern-day monotheism but also had its practitioners in pre-Roman Christianity, in what Brian C. Muraresku calls paleo-Christianity, perhaps with roots going deep into the ancient world.