The Godlessness that Failed
- After Atheism: An Analysis of Religious Monopolies in the Post-Communist World. Froese, Paul // Sociology of Religion;Spring2004, Vol. 65 Issue 1, p57
Dramatic religious growth has occurred throughout the former Soviet Union in the past 30 years with approximately 100 million people joining religious groups for the first time. These religious revivals correspond to lessening restrictions on religious activity ï¿½ a dear prediction of the...
- Christian academics invited to Vietnam. Chai, Alicia // Christianity Today;12/11/95, Vol. 39 Issue 14, p76
Reports that the International Institute for Cooperative Studies (ICS) is preparing to place Christian university professors in positions that influence the future of leadership in a communists country. Information from Daryl McCarthy, executive director of the ICS; Controversy over the...
- Communism couldn't kill God in the hearts of Soviet subjects. Brownfeld, Allan C. // Human Events;4/1/94, Vol. 50 Issue 12, p12
Reports on the resurgence of religion in the fall of communism in the Soviet Union. Communist leaders' attempt to eradicate religion among the people; Using the Russian Orthodox Church as an arm for the communist government; Popularity of religion among the Soviets; Church events as met with...
- Month by month. Elnadi, Bahgat; Rifaat, Adel // UNESCO Courier;Dec94, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p4
Announces that religion is the foundation of socialism, which has collapsed in Albania and in the rest of eastern Europe. The importance of religion in peoples' lives; The impact of the collapse of European communism; The relationship between politics and religion.
- Unbelief thriving in Uruguay. // Christian Century;4/7/93, Vol. 110 Issue 11, p364
Reports that a survey of 40,000 people in 19 countries found that predominantly Roman Catholic Uruguay had the most agnostics and atheists. Published in `Emerging Trends,' from the Princeton Religion Research Center in Princeton, N.J. Next highest countries were the United States, Great...
- O'Hair sues Texas. // Christian Century;9/23/87, Vol. 104 Issue 26, p785
Discusses the lawsuit brought against the state of Texas by Madalyn Murray O'Hair, who charges that atheists in the state are systematically excluded from jury duty because they will not swear an oath to God.
- Atheists are common in Uruguay. // Christianity Today;4/5/93, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p78
Reports that Uruguay has a higher proportion of atheists and agnostics than any other country. From a new 19-nation survey by Gallup International; What the pollsters found; Comment from Les Thompson, president of Logoi International and John Maust, editor of `Latin America Evangelist'; Strict...
- FINDINGS/FOOTNOTES. Maddox, Caitlin // Religion Watch;Jul2012, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p10
The article offers information on the June 2012 electronic-journal "Approaching Religion" whose articles focus on the New Visibility of Atheism in Europe.
- Royal Assent. // New Humanist;Jan/Feb2011, Vol. 126 Issue 1, p7
The article reports on the attendance of the Queen of England in the Church of England General Synod speaking about the rightness of atheists.