James H. Leuba, 1868-1946

Bryn Mawr psychologist; biological inclinaiton to spirituality; thought of humanism as a religion; “explained how higher education was sweeping away belief in God and human immortality, something the Leuba found encouraging…”; found that scientists were more skeptical than the average american; most eminent scientists also the most skeptical; used to be a devout Christian but lost his faith; non-theist