Everyday Religion is a blog dedicated to exploring the intersection of daily life and religion, so the list of possible topics are endless.
Subjects covered in posts include politics, education, public policy, diet, clothing choices, and everything in between. There is often a false perception that because the United States has a national separation of church and state that it is possible to truly separate these things. One goal of this blog is to show that, good or bad, religion can never be fully set aside from politics, policy, and culture.
The author of this blog is Erin, a twenty-something from Austin, Texas, currently living in Chicago, IL. She graduated with a B.A. in Religious Studies and a minor in Anthropology from Hendrix College in 2013, and is working towards her Master in Theological Studies with a concentration in History of Christianity at Garrett-Evangelical Theological Seminary.