Atheology explores how religion has been—and is—constructed and navigated, both in antiquity and in modernity, as well as the intersection of ancient religion and the modern world. Decidedly non-religious, it nonetheless aims at meeting religious and theological thought at the highest levels for constructive dialogue and understanding, and the development of more nuanced criticisms—and to encourage others to do so, too.
Stewart Felker is a scholar of early Judaism and Christianity, whose studies focus on the interpretation of Biblical texts and their world, and related non-Biblical texts. He has presented at multiple academic conferences in the field, and has several forthcoming articles in top religious studies journals. His most recent project is the production of a new academic-oriented annotated Bible for skeptics and atheists (and critically-minded or “curious” theists).