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Topic: Secular America
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What Happened to Religion in America? The I’s Have it

A Southern California synagogue dedicated to the idea that there is no God exemplifies America’s recent turn toward secularism. Is that a good thing?

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Nones on a Mission

Why I’m drawn to the religion of the Nones.

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Jesus Is a None: 5 Things Christians Need to Know About the “Nones”

If Jesus had to name his faith affiliation, would he identify with today’s institutional religions — or mark “None of the Above”?

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10 Things I Wish Everyone Knew About Atheism

Set your stereotypes aside and get to know atheists all over again.

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Pastors Who Don’t Believe: Can Churches Support Them?

How many churches today are led by ministers who have lost their faith? Can churches learn to accept and support them?

Topic: Marrieds and Singles
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Are Single People the Lepers of Today’s Church?

In an age of rising singlehood, many churches are still focused on being family ministry centers.

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Is the Hebrew Bible Single-Minded on Singlehood?

The pressure observant young Jews feel to marry comes straight from the Bible. But is there biblical wiggle room?

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What C.S. Lewis’ Marriage Can Tell Us About the Gay Marriage Controversy

Why “welcome and wanted” is a biblical response to gay and lesbian couples in evangelical churches.

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Find Meaning in Marriage without Religion

Marriage is only religious if you want it to be. As a Humanist Celebrant, I’ve performed 12 non-religious weddings.

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Interfaith Marriage Statistics Are Funny Things

The fact that interfaith couples are more likely to fall apart may have nothing to do with the fact that they maintain a two-faith relationship.

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