Losing Our Religion on NPR

This past week, National Public Radio ran a series called “Losing Our Religion,” about the rising numbers–if not rising influence–of the religiously unaffiliated (commonly called the “Nones,” a term I despise–for one thing, if you use it in conversation people automatically assume you’re talking about celibate female Catholics). At any rate, “Losing Our Religion” is a good series, covering everything from why young folks are increasingly non-religious, to how nonbelievers cope with death. If you (or someone you know) is curious about atheists and needs a primer that shows we’re not all baby-eating Satanists, this might be a good place to start.

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