December 18, 2017
I am areligious. I’m also a member of a sorority founded on Christian values. And I’ve recently taken issue with the non-secular nature of my Greek organization.
I attended an Episcopal school from kindergarten through eighth grade, where religious education, going to the chapel, and biweekly prayer were just as routine and normalized as playing tag at recess, book reports, and eating a PB&J for lunch. My parents didn’t choose the school for its religious affiliation, but being “slightly religious” themselves—meaning we went to Church (...
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