The secular and the sacred

I haven’t really kept up to date with a lot of what Relevant Magazine have published lately, but this one article caught my eye.

When the Secular is Sacred (click <– to read)

For the record, Mumford and Sons are quite good. First heard their album Sigh No More on the Emirates in-flight entertainment system on the way to Singapore earlier this year and loved it. I still do now.

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