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Distrust of atheists is ‘deeply and culturally ingrained’ even among atheists

Source: Distrust of atheists is ‘deeply and culturally ingrained’ even among atheists This article appeared in the British Psychological Society (BPS) Digest Blog.  It is a good summary of recent research into prejudice against atheists.   Just as people throughout history have been … Continue reading

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Istanbul Conference Report

At five o’clock every morning I was awoken by the unfamiliar sound of a Call to Prayer.  Yes, I was definitely somewhere else. That call would be the background noise to the next four days of conference. The International Association for Psychology … Continue reading

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So What Kind of Experiences do Godless Mystics Have?

  The big day draws closer! Next week I present the findings from my research at the International Association for the Psychology of Religion (IAPR) Conference in Istanbul. For the first time I will stand before the world’s leading psychologists … Continue reading

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