Monthly Archives: May 2014

‘Atheist Churches’ Aren’t New

The formation of the Sunday Assembly in London, and its offshoots in other parts of the world, have attracted the attention of the media; however, such types of nonreligious gathering are not entirely new. Nathan Alexander provides an overview of … Continue reading

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Taking Atheism to School

  Reflecting on her research among women atheists Janet Eccles highlights how encounters with religion in everyday life can shape experiences of lived nonreligiosity. To date little research has been focused on women atheists. Mahlamäki (2012) has argued that in … Continue reading

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