Tagged: secularism

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Turkey: Recalling secularism after 93 years

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.http://bit.ly/2eGEQ99

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Women in Secularism 4: The Walls are Coming Down

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.http://bit.ly/2bgjLk5

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Women in Secularism 4

A Center for Inquiry Conference · September 23 – 25, 2016http://bit.ly/29Ct1e0

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Religion fading, secularism increasing globally

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.http://bit.ly/1TSif2P

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Religion Declining, Secularism Surging

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…http://bit.ly/1ZJHglm

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Parliament speaker says secularism should have no place in new constitution – Turkish Minute

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.”http://bit.ly/1SpFoxn

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The World’s Newest Major Religion: No Religion

As secularism grows, atheists and agnostics are trying to expand and diversify their ranks.http://bit.ly/1SyBmS6

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An Atheist in the White House: Secularism and the American Presidency – Harvard Political Review

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?http://bit.ly/23H9ZNT

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‘Strange Gods’ Chronicles The History Of Secularism And Conversion : NPR

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.http://n.pr/1UawyEj