The trend toward non-religiousness in this generation is probably here to stay. The upsides include increasing levels of tolerance.
Social conservatives in particular report experiencing a strong sense of purpose.
Is culture just a side effect of the struggle to avoid disease?
With little to no scientific evidence backing them, why do so many people still look at their horoscopes?
New research suggests that, for some secular people, a belief in science plays a similar psychological role as faith does for religious people.
A recently published study from Finland finds that even atheists have a hard time asking God to harm their loved ones.