The Conundrum of How to Prove You Hold a Nonreligious Worldview
Illiteracy about what it means to be nonreligious is widespread — even in relatively nonreligious societies.
How Many Atheists Are There?
Three percent of Americans. Or maybe that’s 11 percent. This 11 percent figure may be even way too low. Simply because that figure comes from telephone polls, where people have to tell a stranger they don’t believe in God. And lots of people might not want to do that.
Will Gervais’ Blog
Can You Be Good Without God?
New research raises questions about whether or not people can be truly good or truly bad without a belief in religion.
The Serial Killer Test: Biases Against Atheists Emerge in Study
Most people around the world, whether religious or not, presume that serial killers are more likely to be atheists than believers in any god, a new study suggests.
The New York Times
Is the Universe Theologically Ambiguous?
A new interview series seeks answers.
Closer To Truth
How Many American Atheists Are There Really?
“There’s a lot of atheists in the closet” — why most polls on religious belief are probably wrong.
Atheism, the Computer Model
Big data meets history to forecast the rise and fall of religion.
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