“In this conversation, Tylor shares with Justin his evolving sense of philosophy and theology, the impact that secularism has had on religion and politics, the problems associated with “identity politics,” and the nature of beliefs in the modern world.”
About Justin Clark
Justin Clark is a public historian and atheist activist. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in History/Political Science from Indiana University Kokomo and a Master’s degree in Public History from Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. He is the host of the podcast, Reason Revolution. A lifelong skeptic, Justin studies the history of freethought and secularism in the nineteenth century. You can contact him at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow him on Twitter and Instagram at @thedailyclark.
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“The largest growing religious demographic in the US is “none,” which isn’t necessarily atheist but not explicitly religious either. The loss of our traditionally religious life doesn’t spell the end of the numinous all together. Rather, it represents the gain of an intellectually vibrant and diverse culture that isn’t afraid to be different.”
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