Jonathan VanAntwerpen

Photo of Jonathan VanAntwerpenJonathan VanAntwerpen is Program Director for Religion and Theology at the Henry Luce Foundation. He was founding editor of The Immanent Frame, a Social Science Research Council digital forum on religion, secularism, and the public sphere.

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Cover: Varieties of Secularism in a Secular AgeVarieties of Secularism in a Secular AgeWarner, Michael
VanAntwerpen, Jonathan
Calhoun, Craig
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