By sowing contempt for cherished traditions and replacing them with nihilism and a theology of self-will, Episcopal Bishop Pike’s legacy includes the growing spiritual vacuum in today’s America.
While Democrats mock the “thoughts and prayers” offered in the aftermath of the latest mass shooting in Texas, Marianne Williamson stands out from the crowd, criticizing elitist “mockery” of sincerely held religious beliefs.
Far from being a one-off weirdo, Williamson stands for a growing constituency of Americans: urban, somewhat educated, mostly female, youngish, a-religious and spiritually hungry.
Two cultural revolutions occurred in the sixties. One was political, the other religious and therapeutic.
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