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Dark Interviewed by Religion News Service on New Book

David Dark head shotAssistant Professor of Religion and the Arts Dr. David Dark was recently interviewed by Religion News Service about his new book, “Life’s Too Short to Pretend You’re Not Religious.” In the article “Can You Be Religious Without Knowing It?,” which can be read here, Dark argues, “…we need not disavow the fact of our own bodies, our patterns, rituals, and buying habits. Phyllis Tickle once observed that saying ‘I’m spiritual but not religious’ is like saying ‘I’m human but I’m not flesh and bone.’ Why not own the fact of our loves and liturgies? I say we hold it all out with open hands.” Dark’s book was published in February by Intervarsity Press and is available in stores and online.

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