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As the number of religiously affiliated Westerners continues to decline, we might be tempted to say that the United States and other Western countries are becoming more secular. But more secular doesn’t necessarily mean less religious. Our guest for today on Christian Humanist Profiles argues that ostensibly secular Westerners are just as religious as they ever were—it’s just that their religion isn’t Christianity or Judaism or Islam but an assortment of other things: food, work, technology, and even romance. David Zahl’s new book is called Seculosity, and it’s out now from Fortress Press.

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