Religious nones are the face of the evolving religious landscape. But that oversimplifies shifts taking place around the world, according to the research.
Michael Hout is director of the Center for Advanced Social Science Research at New York University, where he also teaches sociology. He has studied and written on the rise of the nonreligious and is the author or co-author of multiple books, including Century of Difference: How America Changed in the Last One Hundred Years.
Rebecca Catto is an assistant professor of sociology at Kent State University in Ohio. She studies the interplay between religion and secularism in North America and Europe.
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Tara Isabella Burton is a religion columnist, theologian and novelist. She’s currently working on a book about religious “nones.”
Sarah M. Levin is the director of governmental affairs for the Secular Coalition for America. She is one of the coordinators of a national effort to form a voting bloc of religious “nones.”
Nick Fish is president of American Atheists, an organization that advocates on behalf of nonreligious Americans in the public square.
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Kathleen A. Green is the executive director of the Yale Humanist Community. Yale Humanists worked with the city of New Haven to add a humanist monument to the group of religious symbols displayed downtown each December.