Tag Archives: religion in public life

Does Trump appeal to Evangelicals because they’re Evangelicals?

Sorry updates have been a bit sporadic – they will likely remain that way because … well, because my brain is pretty scattered at the moment and writing is hard.  My cross to bear and all that, I know. Also, … Continue reading

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Religion, science, and nonbelief

So you know that thing?  That thing when you see a link and you know reading it is going to infuriate you, but you click on it anyways and end up even more frustrated and angry than you expected? Well, … Continue reading

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Should we be better informed about religion?

Things is afoot with my real life, so this is going to be a short update.  But last week, Bill Keller of the New York Times suggested ‘tougher’ questions to ask candidates, in particular the wide field of current potential … Continue reading

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