A lot of religious science TV personalities are promoting the concept of religion without any religious credentials.
Most of them are from the field of psychology, religion and social sciences, but some are from other fields.
Here are some of them:Mishra – Mishra, the founder of Religio-Science radio, is a psychology professor at New Delhi’s Jawaharlal Nehru University.
He has been called a “principal scientist” in the field.
He was a pioneer in the development of psychology and a pioneer of social psychology in India.
He also founded a network of psychologists in India, and is a key figure in promoting the field, he told The Times Of India.
His latest book, The Religioscience of Happiness: How we have created the new paradigm of happiness, is available from his website.
In his new book, he is also discussing the implications of this paradigm.
Dr. Vyas Srikanth – The first Indian-born psychologist to be inducted into the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
He is a professor at the Department of Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, and has been awarded the National Prize for his work in the study of human personality and personality traits.
Srikanth is also a prolific blogger, who has written a book on “Why You Should Care About Religion”.
He is also on Facebook and Twitter.
His blog is called “I Am A Scientist, Not A Scientist.”
He says he wants to bring a scientific perspective to the discussion about religion and spirituality.
He writes about science in his blog.
His views on religion and politics are very diverse.
He believes that a secular society can be a powerful force for progress, and that we should embrace diversity.
He wrote about religion in his book “My Mission: To Rebuild a Future Where All Men Are Equal”.
Dr. Rajesh Nair – His blog has a lot of posts about politics, social justice and religion.
His most popular posts are about social justice, and religion and morality.
He tweets frequently, but also tweets about atheism, Islam and atheism.
He says religion is a powerful way to help people live fulfilling lives.
His Twitter handle is @rnair.
He also tweets frequently.
He calls himself a “humanist, secular, humanist, humanistic, and a secularist” in his tweets.
His latest book is called, “My Quest for the Soul of God: A Humanist Journey through Science and Religion”.
The list goes on.
Here is a sampling of the topics he is writing about.