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Non-Religion and Atheism

Citation:Schaffner, Caleb, and Ryan T. Cragun. 2020. “Non-Religion and Atheism.” Pp. 242–52 in Handbook of Leaving Religion, edited by D. Enstedt, G. Larsson, and T. T. Mantsinen. Leiden: Brill. This chapter can be downloaded here.

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Questions You Should Never Ask an Atheist: Towards Better Measures of Nonreligion and Secularity

Citation: Cragun, Ryan T. 2019. “Questions You Should Never Ask an Atheist: Towards Better Measures of Nonreligion and Secularity.” Secularism and Nonreligion 8(0):6. This article can be downloaded here.

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Mapping Religion’s Other: A Review of the Study of Nonreligion and Secularity

Citation:Smith, Jesse M. and Ryan T. Cragun. 2019. “Mapping Religion’s Other: A Review of the Study of Nonreligion and Secularity.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 58(2):319–35. This article can be downloaded here.

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Daily spiritual experiences and well-being among the nonreligious, spiritual, and religious: A bifactor analysis

Citation:Hammer, Joseph H. and Ryan T. Cragun. 2019. “Daily Spiritual Experiences and Well-Being among the Nonreligious, Spiritual, and Religious: A Bifactor Analysis.” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality. This article can be downloaded here.

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Sunday Football or Church? A Case Study in Substitutes and Complements

Citation:Cragun, Ryan T., John Stinespring, and Andrew Tillman. 2019. “Sunday Football or Church? A Case Study in Substitutes and Complements.” Review of Religious Research 61(2):169–87. You can read this article here.

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Finding Humanists in Survey Data

Citation: Cragun, Ryan T. 2017. “Finding Humanists in Survey Data.” Free Inquiry, 37(5):54–57. You can download this article here.

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Religious/Secular Distance: How far apart are teenagers and their parents?

 Citation: Cragun, Ryan T., Joseph H. Hammer, Michael Nielsen, and Nicholas Autz. 2018. “Religious/Secular Distance: How Far Apart Are Teenagers and Their Parents?” Psychology of Religion and Spirituality 10(3):288–95. You can download this article here.

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Christianity and the Limits of Minority Acceptance in America: God Loves (Almost) Everyone

Christianity and the Limits of Minority Acceptance in America: God Loves (Almost) Everyone

Description: Christianity and the Limits of Minority Acceptance explores the ways Christian women in college make sense of bisexual, transgender, polyamorous, and atheist others. Specifically, it explores the ways they express tolerance for some sexual groups, such as lesbian and gay people, while maintaining condemnation of other sexual, gendered, or religious groups. In so doing, […]

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