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I am not a religious person, and I'm most certainly not spiritual either.
Both of these statements get me into trouble in polite society, especially when they are coupled.
Apparently I'm not the only one, as anybody who has used an online dating service will readily testify.
Try simply checking the "atheist" box (if there actually is one), and you'll be waiting a long time for your matches.
But if you describe yourself as "spiritual but not religious" your chances are markedly improved (though the problem now is that you'll see a lot of new agey types showing up in your inbox). Despite the fact that more and more people are comfortable "coming out" as atheists, the word is still very much associated with being immoral, or at the very least amoral.
This, of course, despite the fact that there is neither logical nor empirical reason to draw that conclusion.
Ever since Plato's dialogue, philosophers have agreed that gods are simply irrelevant to morality, regardless of whether they exist or not.
And of course modern sociological research shows that atheists are just as moral as religious believers. Enter the word "spiritual," which is becoming synonymous with retaining all that is good in a religious person, without the religion.