"Religion" Blogs & Blog Posts

Uncovering The RoofUncovering The Roof

Researching the intersections between religion, disability, society and cul...

 
The life and times of JeromeThe life and times of Jerome

We are a blog that covers subjects such as recovery, life, HIV/AIDS, religi...

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

Reflections on religion, science politics and human rights from a liberal p...

 
What Would Jesus SeeWhat Would Jesus See

Religious sightings, from Jesus appearing on a grilled cheese sandwich to t...

 
Trashy's WorldTrashy's World

A bald guy in Ottawa commenting on the latest political and cultural develo...

 
John SpeaksJohn Speaks

A place of humor, satire, poetry, activism and the occasional story

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

UK and international poet Roger N Taber shares his thoughts & poems on ...

 


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The Satanic Temple -- a pair of fun-loving, non-Satan-believing religious freedom activists -- unveiled the statue of Baphomet they plan to put on the Arkansas State Capitol's lawn to complement its existing Christian iconography. Read the rest...

(This painting, called "The Yellow Jesus", was done by Paul Gauguin in 1889.)Christians like to believe their religion is different from all other religions -- but is that true. Could the myths christians like to tell about their "savior" be nothing...

Bible trivia version of Bingo from 1973. Read the rest...

1. Several centuries ago, the Catholic Church decided that priests etc. had to be male and unmarried.So what happened to all the priests etc. who were married when the rule was introduced? Surely they can't have all got divorced, because that's again...

In 2009, I graduated from the London School of Economics and Political Science with a master's in gender. I'd read Judith Butler, Hélène Cixous, and Simone de Beauvoir, and I was on a mission to change the world. Yes, I was ready to work, b...

In light of the recent Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage , and with research indicating that the numbers of Americans who identify as religious are declining, the Religious Right seems to be losing its grip on American politics. Read more...

The OECD Secretariat released recently (November 2014) a revealing summary (pdf) of public social expenditure by OECD countries. The database the study is based on is available online. (Private social expenditure--i.e. private charity--is not co...