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What Harvard’s humanist chaplain shows about atheism in America

By Penny Edgell, Professor of Sociology, University of Minnesota
Wendy Cadge, Professor of Sociology and Women's, Gender and Sexuality Studies, Brandeis University
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At the end of August 2021, Harvard University’s organization of chaplains unanimously elected Greg Epstein as president. Epstein – the atheist, humanist author of “Good Without God” – will be responsible for coordinating the school’s more than 40 chaplains, who represent a broad range of religious backgrounds.

His election…

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