"Religion" Blogs & Blog Posts

What Would Jesus SeeWhat Would Jesus See

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

 
The Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World IssuesThe Menso Guide to War, Conflict and World Issues

Analysis of conflicts that lead to violence, with emphasis on the Middle Ea...

 
A poet's BlogA poet's Blog

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

 
Trashy's WorldTrashy's World

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

 
Blunt & DisorderlyBlunt & Disorderly

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

 
My side of the streetMy side of the street

We are a sober based blog. Talking about recovery, HIV?AIDS, religion, theo...

 
Rhymes With RightRhymes With Right

Blog on news, politics, and other matters of interest written by a Texas te...

 


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Janie Ash and Larry Barcas, from Better With Jam, on their wedding day at Lancaster Priory Church.  Interior of Lancaster Priory Church which has recently been rebranded by brand marketing agency Better With Jam. The wedding blessing o...

Foolishness runs in the family...

What is the most atavistic state on the planet?That would be the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), aka North Korea. It is a state of hereditary God-kings using a hierarchy of officials and soldiers to extract resources from a poverty-stri...

These two charts are from the Religious News Service. It concerns god. A lot of religious people say they believe in god -- but what do they mean by god? Are they talking about a personal god with whom a person can have a relationship, or an imperson...

In the Ancient period, the dominant ideal was to ennoble life (to seek glory).In the Medieval period, the dominant ideal was to sanctify life (to seek salvation).In the Modern era, the dominant ideal is to expand life (to live long and prosper).The i...

From the Secure, Contain, Protect dystopian collaborative fiction project, an image of an "urban druid" from The Victory Society, "believed to be Reverend Michael Hawshore." (Update: it's a crop from Dutch photog Cor Jaring's work) SCP-1936 (via...

The American bishops of the Catholic Church assembled in Baltimore this week for their annual meeting. And they were clucking and fluttering like a bunch of hens, trying to calm the tizzy kicked up by Pope Francis and his kindler, gentler approach to...