On Being Postsecular, with guest Lori Branch, University of Iowa

January 25, 2021 00:49:37
On Being Postsecular, with guest Lori Branch, University of Iowa
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
On Being Postsecular, with guest Lori Branch, University of Iowa
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Show Notes

Postsecular thought refutes an assumption that so many of us take for granted, namely, that we live in a secular age. But what does it mean to be postsecular? Does it mean that we are no longer secular beings? Does it mean that we’re now living in a different era? Did a truly post secular […]

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