Tag Archives: “Nones”

How to Resist Christian Hegemony: Reflections on the #RAAC2017 Biennial

                  by Travis Cooper Just this last weekend I had the privilege of attending the 5th Biennial Conference for the Study of Religion and American Culture held in Indianapolis. I started coming … Continue reading

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Creatio Ex Nihilo: Pew Forum and the “Nones”

Earlier this week, Sean McCloud posted on the phenomenon of the “Nones,” referring to a relatively new and increasingly popular classification of those who are supposedly without any “religion.” We at the Bulletin thought that it would be useful to … Continue reading

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The Return of the Nones

by Sean McCloud This week, NPR’s Morning Edition resurrected the October 2012 Pew Poll that suggested that 19.6% of Americans had no religious affiliation, dubbed them “nones,” and described this as a rising trend. The week-long radio series, “Losing Our … Continue reading

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Creatio Ex Nihilo: Pew Forum and the “Nones”

By Steven Ramey New analysis suggests that almost 1 in 5 people in the United States have no religious affiliation! Media coverage has sensationalized the publication of this analysis from the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life, and various … Continue reading

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