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A new report from data company Wealth-X shows that the world’s billionaires enjoyed a sharp increase both in number and wealth over the past year.
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You've heard of the big Greek philosophers. Now, read about the ones who inspired them.
A new survey and study compares beliefs about creation with a person’s scientific understanding and finds that the more one knows, the greater the chances are of accepting evolution as fact.
A.I. churches are springing up, even if just online, yet they're speaking a very old language.
Catch up on the phenomenon known as ASMR, which is exploding in popularity and may be linked to the appeal of religion.
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The number of non-religious Americans has reached unprecedented heights. Are the most religious Americans to blame?
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Ruinophilia. The science of loneliness. Live at UntitledTown Book and Author Festival, Green Bay, Wisconsin
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Secular Web compiles a number of publications in atheism, nontheism, and science over the last few centuries.
A new Pew Research study shows how widely varied belief in what God, or a higher power, actually is.
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Don't take the Bible so seriously, says religious scholar and fully interesting guy Rob Bell.
Is there a way to join an infamous secret society like the Illuminati or Skull and Bones? Or even Disney's secret supper club within Disneyland?