What does it even mean to be spiritual in an enlightened world?
Ravi Zacharias (Founder & President of RZIM) the author of “The Logic of God” talks about how a major crisis in his own life led him to find meaning and a sense of purpose. He discusses the period of suffering that helped him find his faith. He also discusses why he agrees with Jordan Peterson’s conclusions, but disagrees with his foundations, the struggle between egalitarianism and elitism and the four major questions of life that we all face. He also shares his thoughts on if someone can have a sense of morality and live a life filled with purpose and meaning without a belief in God or having faith in a religion.
Understanding spirituality is difficult in today’s fast paced world. Does the world of theology still offer something to a more secular modern world? Are there lessons to learn from a more spiritual path that can help us make sense of issues like morality? Or is spirituality best left to the past according to some modern day atheists and skeptics? What does it even mean to be spiritual in an enlightened world?