Religious Virtuosity: The Spiritual Life on Automatic Pilot

Growing up is, among other possibilities, a process of learning how to do things. We learn to walk and talk, to tie our shoes, and to tell the difference between the men’s room and the ladies’ room. Much of what happens later in life builds on such foundational skills. For example, we learn to drive and fly airplanes because we first learned to walk and tie our shoelaces. Learning to ask questions is rooted in learning to talk, and so on. Among the things we learn to do is religion, which is arguably something innate in human beings, although in a rather confused and vague form. Like learning to talk or write, we learn to “do” religion by learning to do religious things, such as pray, sing

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