The research network on secularism and religion based at the University of Cambridge and supported by Ekklesia, among others, now has its own web presence.
The site, which will be monitored and moderated, is here:
For further information: http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/node/5949
Briefly, the Religion and Secularism Network is coordinating a programme of lectures and workshops taking place at the University of Cambridge and elsewhere - aiming to clarify the relationship between the state and religion conceptually and empirically. It is funded under the AHRC/ESRC Religion and Society Workshop. It is coordinated by David Lehmann, John Barber, Humeira Iqtidar and Emile Perreau-Saussine. This is a project Ekklesia is participating in rather than running. We are endorsing, supporting and collaborating in it as part of our own research/discussion programme on inclusive models of secularity and the challenge of post-Christendom - Reconsidering the Secular - http://www.ekklesia.co.uk/node/4860 .
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