Easter eggs and the hollowness of religious illiteracy

This article was first published in the University of Birmingham’s Perspectives on 13 April 2017.

“The instinct to remove religious words and imagery from the public square reflects a foundational strand of some liberal thought and an aspiration to secure a kind of civic neutrality between competing conceptions of value.”

Non-religious Britons and Canadians perceive a conflict between science and religion

This article was originally published in the NSRN Blog on April 6, 2017.

Honorary Fellow Rebecca Catto draws upon findings from sociological research to illustrate the observation that non-religious people in Canada and the UK appear to be the most likely to perceive a necessary clash between science and religion.