Academic Journal Releases Special Issue Focused on Atheism, Secularity, and Science July 30, 2015

Academic Journal Releases Special Issue Focused on Atheism, Secularity, and Science

Last year, I posted that the journal Science, Religion & Culture would be releasing a special issue focusing on atheism, secularity, and science.

That issue is now available online and you can read all the articles for free (yay, open access!).

According to the editors:

It begins with an introduction… discussing key areas in the field, within which they situate this issue’s articles on topics such as definitions and discourse, measurement, mental wellbeing, organized nonbelief and humanism, growth of the “nones,” secularity of academics, hypothetical god image, and deconversion narratives in Rabbis. The issue concludes with three book reviews on The Problem of Animal Pain, The New Atheist Novel, and Living the Secular Life.

If any of the papers stand out to you, let us know in the comments.

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