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Keeping the Secular Deck Intact

Issue: Vol 22 No. 1 (2019)

Journal: Implicit Religion

Subject Areas: Religious Studies

DOI: 10.1558/imre.40119

Abstract:

Response to:

Podcast with Donovan Schaefer, 28 November 2016
Interviewed by Christopher R. Cotter
Transcribed by Catrin J. Sawford
Audio and transcript available at: https://religiousstudiesproject.com/podcast/is-secularism-a-world-religion/

Author: Thomas J. Coleman III, Kyle J. Messick

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