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Secularism and Nonreligion
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55 Publications
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  • Review of Religion in a Liberal State

    Rudas, Sebastián (2015)
    Religion in a Liberal State, by Gavin D’Costa, Malcolm Evans, Tariq Modood and Julian Rivers. Cambridge University Press, 2013

    Review of Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind

    Simmons, Jonathan S (2014)
    'Caught in the Pulpit: Leaving Belief Behind 'expands on a pilot study of non-believing Protestant ministers that Daniel C. Dennett and Linda LaScola published in 'Evolutionary Psychology 'in 2010. As a continuation of the study, this slight but engaging book similarly concerns those who entered the clergy but were unable to move beyond their doubts.

    Secular Weddings in Canada: An Examination of a Humanist Response to the Evolution of Marriage

    Robertson, Lloyd Hawkeye (2017)
    Despite increasing societal secularization, little research has been undertaken on the needs of non-religious people to engage in marriage ceremony or the means by which such needs are met. Using a jurisdictional scan, focus groups, and an on-line survey, this exploratory survey examines the provision for and use of secular legal marriage in Canada’s regions from a humanist perspective. It is postulated that marriage ceremonies have persisted among the non-religious due to needs to authentica...

    Attitudes Towards Spirituality and Other Worldly Experiences: An Online Survey of British Humanists

    Simon Dein (2016)
    This study examined attitudes towards and understandings of the term “spirituality” among members of the British Humanist Association (N = 318). Thirty-five percent agreed strongly and twenty-one percent moderately agreed that it was possible to be spiritual without being religious. Some respondents asserted that the term spiritual was so vague as to be almost useless. They preferred terms such as emotional connectedness, awe, or beauty, which are commonly included in definitions of spiritual...
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