Tag Archives: Asia

A non-secular past, present and future

In the comments below I engaged in a little bit of glib dismissal in regards to the contention that a secular society is not sustainable. The issue though need some elaboration. I agree with John Derbyshire when he says: Mark: … Continue reading

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Atheism, religion and politics

At ScienceBlogs I look at World Values Survey data and compare secular and conservative East Asian nations to the religious but liberal United States. I conclude (after looking over data tables): My point here is rather simple: increased secularism in … Continue reading

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