This special issue of the journal “Secularism & Nonreligion” presents a series of articles that explore psychological and social factors that help to explain secular and nonreligious change using computer modeling and simulation methodologies, including agent-based and system-dynamics modeling.

So far we have two articles published: “Religious Exiting and Social Networks” led by Ryan Cragun and “Post-Supernatural Cultures” led by Wesley J. Wildman.

Another article is currently under review, and two more are in process.