It's Hard to Be Secular / Itzhak Geiger, Makor Rishon Shabbat supplement 15/7/2016 (Hebrew)

The crumbling of the secularization thesis, when it has become clear that religion and faith are here to stay, constitutes the backdrop for this anthology. The articles show that secularism is not universal and cannot be taken for granted and therefore must be given new research attention.

On the book Secularization and Secularism: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, edited by Yochi Fischer and published by Van Leer Institute Press and Hakibbutz Hameuchad.


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