Tag Archives: religiosity

Canada, a relatively irreligious place

by | November 30, 2019

By Ian Bushfield — The latest poll from Leger Marketing asked the standard “who will you vote for” type questions, but then dug deeper to try to expose a difference between Quebec and the rest of Canada. One question in particular sparked my interest. They asked “Do you personally consider yourself as a person who is religious?”… Read more »

Interview with Mr. Ebenezer Odubule – Member, Atheist Society of Nigeria

by | September 6, 2018

An interview with Mr. Ebenezer Odubule by Scott Douglas Jacobsen.

In Conversation with Professor Sarah Wilkins-LaFlamme on Secularism, Religion, and Atheism

by | March 27, 2018

By Scott Douglas Jacobsen Scott Douglas Jacobson: Let’s start as James Lipton says, to begin at the beginning. Sarah Wilkins LaFlamme: Oh boy. Jacobsen: What was a family background regarding major variables such as geography, culture, language, and religion if any? LaFlamme: So, I’m originally from the Pontiac region of Quebec, which is about 45 minutes… Read more »

Belief in God as Essential to Morality Correlates with Low Wealth and Education Levels

by | March 13, 2014

Today, the Pew Research Center released a survey report that shows that many people around the world think that belief in God is necessary to be a moral person. Pew correlated this belief with age as well as levels of income and education: the younger you are, the less likely you are to believe that… Read more »