This concluding chapter is devoted to the comparison of the three field studies in the preceding chapters. This comparison partly goes beyond the previous explanations and at the same time, once more, serves to show the advantages of a relational approach for research on nonreligion. The chapter begins with a brief summary of the individual case studies’ central findings and an analysis of how the activism we studied relates to perceived religio-normativities. In the following sections, we discuss the characteristics of the respective modes of nonreligion with regard to their similarities and differences: the established forms of relationships to different (religious) counterparts, as well as the actors’ foci. We then illustrate the ways in which modes of nonreligion are contested, delineate the social and organizational changes in the respective contexts, and highlight global influences.