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September 8, 2014

Jacques wrote a piece for the Chronicle of Higher Education entitled The Crisis in Secular Studies.

 

April 7, 2014

Jacques  wrote a piece for the Chronicle of Higher Education on Philip Roth and how much we supposedly know him: Do We Know Philip Roth?

 

January 23, 2014

Jacques leads a conversation on secularism in the United States and abroad, as part of Council on Foreign Relations’ Religion and Foreign Policy Conference Call series.

Understanding Secularism and its Implications for U.S. Foreign Policy

  • On April 30th, 2013 Jacques appeared on The Agenda with Steve Paikin to talk about How to Be Secular, New Atheism, and the future of secularist activism. Watch the video here!

September 12, 2012

Jacques wrote an article for the Jewish Daily Forward: Untangling the Oxymoron of the Secular Jew

 

Welcome to the official website of Dr. Jacques Berlinerblau, Georgetown University School of Foreign Service Associate Professor, Chronicle of Higher Education blogger, host of The SecularCenter and Faith Complex and author of How to Be Secular: A Call to Arms for Religious Freedom. He also likes jazz.

Jacques Berlinerblau

Have all of your basic Jacques Berlinerblau-related needs serviced here—-not those other websites which falsely claim that Jacques Berlinerblau’s eyes are too close together and that Jacques Berlinerblau is long-winded and that, as regards jazz, Jacques Berlinerblau couldn’t swing if he were hanging upside down from a tree.

 

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    A rousing defense of America’s secular roots as our nation’s best way to protect freedom of—and from—religion
    "How to Be Secular serves as an important reminder that . . . as I have noted in the past . . . we protect our rights to our personal beliefs by preserving the rights of our neighbors to believe otherwise. I agree wholeheartedly with Berlinerblau’s argument and highly recommend this powerful book.”

    —MARIO M. CUOMO, former New York Governor
    “This insightful book is not designed to convince you of the non-existence of God or the afterlife; it exists to convince both the non-theistic and the religious that if we don’t find a way to work together, we will all pay a heavy price. Berlinerblau makes a compelling, urgent case, with rigorous regard to history as well as a keen eye for the relevance of today’s many new variations of fundamentalism.”

    —BARRY LYNN, executive director, Americans United for Separation of Church and State

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