The nonreligious and the secular are a significant part of American society and no discussion of religion and society is complete if secularity is ignored.
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Alan Segal graced us for a while -- to teach and inspire, but, most of all to befriend those who shared his mortal journey. Whether or not he was conscious of it, he did his part to heal, repair and transform this world.
At a time when trust in religious organizations is at an all time low, it gives me hope that the professors who train the next generation of religious leaders are practicing what they preach.
I recently proposed an SBL session examining the Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society's use of Scripture.
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