Currently going through one of its most traumatic years in 2016, the Turkish Republic celebrates its 93rd anniversary on Oct. 29 embroiled in a number of problems.
Hear from the most compelling and consequential women’s voices from the world of freethought at the fourth Women in Secularism conference, September 23-25, just outside Washington, DC.
A Center for Inquiry Conference · September 23 – 25, 2016
The latest research on worldwide trends shows that religious beliefs are deteriorating, while those adhering to a secular belief system devoid of God are on the rise.
An ongoing spate of recent studies – looking at various countries around the world – all show the same thing: religion is in decline. From Scandinavia to…
Turkish Parliament Speaker İsmail Kahraman has said the country’s new constitution should not include the principle of secularism, calling for a new charter which is “religious.”
As secularism grows, atheists and agnostics are trying to expand and diversify their ranks.
Why does religiosity remain a requirement to become the president of a country in which almost of a quarter of its citizens claim no religious affiliation?
Journalist Susan Jacoby tells Fresh Air that more than half of Americans will change religion at least once in their adult life time. Her new book is Strange Gods: A Secular History of Conversion.