Morality is not rooted in religion and religion matters less for moral values now than it did 30 years ago, says a University of Manchester researcher.
It's political season and there's one thing you're sure to hear a lot about from candidates vying for support—religion. Talking directly or subtly about religion has become part of the American way in political campaigns.
Humans haven't learned much in more than 2,000 years when it comes to religion and politics.
"Spiritual but not religious."
Are all scientists atheists? Do they believe religion and science can co-exist? These questions and others were addressed in the first worldwide survey of how scientists view religion, released today by researchers at Rice ...
One would think new atheists and protestant fundamentalists are worlds apart on the question of whether God acts in the world and how. But according to research undertaken by Liam Jerrold Fraser from the University of Edinburgh, ...
A majority of Americans (59 percent) think that science and religion are often at odds, but the strongest believers are less likely to see conflict, a poll found Thursday.
Throughout history, scholars and researchers have tried to identify the one key reason that people are attracted to religion.
Policymakers have pushed an unprecedented array of international initiatives in recent years to get religion "right," but in doing so they have contributed to the very divisions they meant to overcome, according to a new ...
Don't expect your social worker to ask you about your religious beliefs.