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An Introduction to Atheism, Secularity, and Science

An Introduction to Atheism, Secularity, and Science

Thomas J. Coleman III1*, Ralph W. Hood Jr.1 and John R. Shook2

1Department of Psychology, The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; 2Philosophy Department, University at Buffalo, New York, USA.

Email: Thomas-J-Coleman@mocs.utc.edu

ABSTRACT

Over the past 10 years research and scholarship on secularity in general, and atheism in particular, has increased significantly. Moreover, these phenomena have been researched, studied and documented by multiple disciplines ranging from cognitive science to religious studies, and from anthropology to sociology. The study of atheism and secularity is of high interest to not only scholars, but also the public in general. In this special issue of Science, Religion & Culture, Guest Edited by John R. Shook, Ralph W. Hood Jr., and Thomas J. Coleman III, we present 8 articles, 2 research notes, and 3 book reviews on the topics of atheism, secularity, and science. Each article is introduced with brief commentary drawing attention to some of the key theoretical and methodological issues surrounding them as well as their implications for the study of atheism and secularity.

 

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Science, Religion and Culture

June

Vol. 5, Sp. Iss. 1 Pages 1-82

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