secularism & secularity: contemporary international perspectives
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DESCRIPTIONThis book presents a fascinating account of the inconsistent evidence as it valiantly struggles to chart the diversity to be found among the neglected variables of disbelief and unbelief. We have recently become familiar with the category “spiritual but not religious” without really knowing what this means to those who identify themselves as such. We are less familiar with the range of beliefs that include ideologically inspired atheism, agnosticism, apathy, indifference and what Voas calls the muddled middle between the religious and the secular.
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