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Religious ‘Nones’ Generally Have More Liberal Family Values in Areas of Greater Disaffiliation

Using quantitative studies Sarah Wilkins-Laflamme discusses how religious nones demonstrate greater commitment to liberal family values in areas of high religious disaffiliation, impacting upon the value divide between the unaffiliated and their more religiously committed neighbours. It has been shown … Continue reading

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Does Atheist Movement Activism Increase Interest in Atheism?

Do the activities of American Atheists lead to an increased interest in atheism? In our latest blog post Ryan Cragun discusses his statistical analysis of correlations between American Atheist activity and Google searches for the term ‘atheist’. Thanks to an … Continue reading

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