About what St Paul meant by the Church being the body of Christ.
About William Wilberforce, anti-slavery campaigner.
Worried about the secular humanist bias of Wikipedia? (I know I think of little else.) Try Conservapeda! And also.
A journalist notes how bad reporting of religious (particularly Catholic) issues is in the mainstream British media.
Easter is approaching, so time for this year’s story about the falsity of Christianity—in this case, finding (yet another) tomb of Christ. Via notebuyer.
A new vaccine against cervical cancer has been developed: it may also vaccinate against anal cancer. Since the original virus is sexually transmitted,
The startling research news that if you think violence is sanctioned by God, you are likely to be more violent.
Iran is promoting a women-only island for tourism.
British national security experts found wanting in their ability to distinguish Sunnis from Shi’a.
About the shifts in faith in Western societies and their consequences.
Religion in the American Civil War and the endless issue of means and ends.
About a noted theocon organisation protesting too much about its public policy and hellfire connections. Arguing for folk to be proud (but sensible) theocons. The religious right is feeling unloved in the Republican presidential race. Seriously unloved.
Death of a nun in an exorcism ritual leads to manslaughter convictions for priest and assisting nuns.