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Nuns and Nones: Conversation at intersection of contemporary religious, secular life

by (Katie Gordon)

Submitted 04-11-2017 under OPINION

A few months ago, I wrote two articles on the trend in American religious life that has been dubbed by Pew Research as “the Rise of the ‘Nones.’” This language of the “Nones” is an umbrella term meant to...

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Center for Inquiry aims to educate, support

by (Angelyn Groenboom)

Submitted 10-24-2013 under NEWS

“Millions of Americans are living happily without religion.” The U.S. 131 billboard bearing these words may seem out of the ordinary for the predominantly conservative and religious bubble of West Michigan. The billboard is part of an...

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Catalyst Radio: Center for Inquiry, an organization for critical thinking

by (Catalyst Radio)

Submitted 11-19-2010 under NONPROFITS

Jennifer Beahan joins us on air to explain the goals of Center for Inquiry. Although based in Grand Rapids and with a small staff of two, CFI actually serves all of Michigan, organizing events in Muskegon, Detroit and many more cities...

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