Anne Martin
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does someone know about the religious affiliation of Ian Caldwell? thanks.

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Chris He refers to himself as a secular progressive.
Andrea Stoeckel From Wikipedia ( consider the source)
"Ian Caldwell is an American novelist. After graduating from Princeton University in 1998, he and his childhood friend Dustin Thomason co-wrote the semi-autobiographical The Rule of Four, which was published in 2004.

Caldwell and Thomason graduated from the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, in Fairfax County, Virginia, in 1994. Caldwell was a Phi Beta Kappa in history at Princeton. After college, Caldwell worked at MicroStrategy in Tyson Corner; he later moved to Blacksburg, Virginia. In 2005, Caldwell's wife, Meredith, gave birth to their first child, Ethan Sawyer Caldwell. They live in Vienna, Virginia."

With a history around Princeton, chances are he's got Presbyterian roots, but he may not have any roots, or be culturally Catholic. He is working in history related to early codification of Roman Catholicism.
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