Over at Commonweal contributing editor Nathan Schneider writes about the renewal of Christian, and more specifically evangelical, philosophy in the United States…
Per Smith a PhD candidate in religion and society at Boston University, an assistant editor for Secularism and Nonreligion and co-chair of the Secularism and Secularity Group of the American Academy of Religion. He is writing a dissertation on an emerging tradition of non-religious life-cycle ritual in the United States.
Writing in the Christian Century, Philip Jenkins suggests that there are signs of an early stage European style "secularization" at…
Over at the Huffington Post, Sean McCloud reflects on the continued attention given to religious disaffiliation in the American media.
The University of Göttingen has announced the launch of a research network (CETREN) focused on 'The Politics of the New."
In November we published the proposal for a new American Academy of Religion program unit---Secularism and Secularity.