Only half of the Europeans believe in God, according to a recent survey. Yet, religions have now taken center stage in political rhetoric and stand at the core of such issues as European identity, values, or immigration policies. Or so it seems.
How has Europe confronted today’s increased religious diversity? What is the future of religions in Europe, especially as they relate to politics and identity? Should Europe promote the “re-socialisation and re-culturation” of religion, instead of its expulsion, as argued by Olivier Roy in a recent article he published for the Groupe d'Études Géopolitiques?
Come join us in Kent 405 at 8pm to discuss answers to these questions and more during our second European Wednesday of the Spring Semester!