Wayne Proudfoot blurbs David Kyuman Kim's Melancholic Freedom.
Jonathan VanAntwerpen is program director for theology at the Henry Luce Foundation. Originally trained as a philosopher, he received his doctorate in sociology from the University of California, Berkeley. He is co-editor of a series of books on secularism, religion, and public life, including Habermas and Religion (Polity, 2013), Rethinking Secularism (Oxford University Press, 2011), The Post-Secular in Question (NYU Press, 2012), The Power of Religion in the Public Sphere (Columbia University Press, 2011), and Varieties of Secularism in a Secular Age (Harvard University Press, 2010). VanAntwerpen was the founding director of the SSRC's program on religion and the public sphere, and in 2007 he worked with others to launch The Immanent Frame, serving for several years as editor-in-chief.
Oliver Kamm distinguishes the two.
From Michael Miller's Newsweek article on neuroscience.
Steven Weinberg examines the tensions between science and religious belief, and mulls over the fate of religion "without God".
From a 2005 commencement speech given by David Foster Wallace, who died earlier this month, apparently having committed suicide.
Tony Blair talks with The Daily Show's Jon Stewart [VIDEO].
Leigh Eric Schmidt blurbs a new book by Christopher White.
Michael Warner, in his 2004 contribution to Curiouser: "I was a teenage Pentecostalist..."
Tilman Nagel examines the beginnings of Islam and the rise of Mohammed.