Archive for tag: secularism

Archive pour tag : secularism

New forms of spirituality, revival of traditional Indigenous beliefs, rising immigration, and debates on secularism are blurring the line between religion and non-religion in Canada, scholar David Seljak says — part of what he calls a “permanent revolution” and the latest development in how religion has shaped the country’s social order.

Seljak, a professor of religious studies at St. Jerome’s University in the University of Waterloo, shared his views as the opening speaker at “Land, Law, Religion and Reconciliation,” a colloquium hosted by the University of Victoria’s Centre for Studies in Religion and Society (CSRS) May 4-6. His livestreamed presentation was the latest of the John Albert Hall Lectures, a series hosted by the university in which notable speakers discuss the changing role of religion in modern society.
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Posted: May 15, 2023 • Permanent link:
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