Spiritual Meaning-Making During the Pandemic, with guest David Perrin, St. Jerome's University

February 22, 2021 00:47:00
Spiritual Meaning-Making During the Pandemic, with guest David Perrin, St. Jerome's University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
Spiritual Meaning-Making During the Pandemic, with guest David Perrin, St. Jerome's University

Feb 22 2021 | 00:47:00

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Show Notes

Feelings of self-transcendence, of connectedness to God, others, and the world, are widely seen as a principal feature of spiritual well-being. So when pandemic conditions shut us in and, to a degree, cut us off from our normal routines of living, this can lead to psychological and even spiritual depression. David Perrin is a professor of […]

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