Several national polls last year identified a fast-growing subgroup among Americans, the religiously-unaffiliated, often using the shorthand moniker: the “nones.” However, author Christian Piatt says the label does a disservice to those who are “spiritual but not religious.” He joins Welton on State of Belief this week to explain why the newly-popular label is unhelpful and inaccurate. Christian’s column “Don’t Call Us the ‘Nones’: In Praise of Religious Independence,” appeared this week in the Washington Post “Guest Voices” section.

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