Could Religious Liberty Help End the Culture War?
Perhaps our political culture would be healthier if questions of ultimate meaning were not on the ballot every four years or divined by Supreme Court justices, and instead, were worked out in communities and consciences.
Tolerance, Openness and Secularism Are the First Steps to Prosperity
In recent history, societies have become wealthier, healthier and more democratic but also more secular, more open and more tolerant.
Flying Spaghetti Monster Praised at Government Sponsored Prayer Session
After a court ruling paved the way for nontraditional religions to take part, a "Pastafarian" pastor from the Church of the Flying Spaghetti Monster led prayers at a local assembly meeting in Alaska Tuesday.
Far-Right Tries to Block Muslim Bataclan Gigs
Rapper Medine, whose lyrics include "Let's crucify the secularists," is due to play two dates at the venue in October.
France Will Restructure Islam and Rediscover Secularism
France has been a secular country since it passed a law separating the church and the state in 1905.
Turkey's Democracy Is Currently Losing Its Way
The government must form its own democratic model, balancing religion and secularism.
Turkey's Secularists Face Anxious Future
After the government's post-coup purges, being secular in Turkey has become fraught with danger.
Court Overturns Cannes Burkini Ban
Decision follows a ruling by France's high court that a similar ban was illegal.
Burkini Ban: Let's Stop Playing Into ISIS's Hands
Extreme secularism isn't just hypocritical and often racist—it doesn't work.
Blaming France's History for Attacks Is Dangerous
France is not a special case—attackers are not rebelling against prevailing social conditions.
France Must Bring Secularism and Islam Together
In France, there is a more systematic use of the law against Islamic practices.
Islamist Militants Hack to Death Bangladeshi
In 2015, extremists killed four other secular bloggers in Bangladesh.
Fourth Bangladeshi Blogger in Six Months Murdered
Niloy Chakrabarti wrote about secular topics and in defence of minorities in Bangladesh.
Blogger in Bangladesh Hacked to Death After Advocating Secularism
A blogger was hacked to death by machete-wielding attackers in Bangladesh on Tuesday, the third killing of an online critic of religious extremism in the Muslim-majority nation in less than three months.
Study: America Becoming Less Christian, More Secular
There are almost 8 percent more religiously unaffiliated Americans than there were in 2007.