- Autobiography of Danish Mohammed cartoonist goes on sale [Kurt Westergaard]
- China Falungong member gets S.Korea refugee status
- Day of rejoicing at Mormon temple’s Gilbert site [Are Mormon temples Christians?]
- Officials: Record number of Muslims to participate in Hajj
- UK: Sikh students allowed to wear ceremonial dagger to school
- Company digging mine in Afghanistan unearths 2,600-year-old Buddhist monastery
- Israel to take in 8000 Ethiopians who claim Jewish descent
- Lebanon arrests radical Islamist cleric Omar Bakri: the hate criminal was on the run after receiving a life sentence
- UK: Former Nottingham vicar turned bishop leaves Church of England for Catholicism
- Catholic Church to welcome 50 Anglican clergy: The Catholic Church will announce this week that 50 Anglican clergy are defecting to Rome following the Church of England’s moves to introduce women bishops.
Analysis, Commentary, Opinion
- Why Iraqi Christians Are Running Scared — in Sweden
- Religious people are ‘better neighbors’
- Death penalty supporters and theology [Death Penalty] [US human rights violations]
- An Imam Who Supports The French Veil Ban
- About that handshake …It shows how radical, not moderate, Islam is taking over
- Created by God to be good: It has become an annual tradition: The days grow shorter, the holidays approach, and the American Humanist Association rolls out an ad campaign promoting atheism and disparaging religion.
- In Oklahoma Islam fueled a political clash
- Better Dead Than ‘Fed’: Behind Palin’s Dig at ‘Unbiblical’ Fed
- Mecca makeover: how the hajj has become big business for Saudi Arabia
- Dallas-area churches tending to the flock using Facebook, Twitter: Welcome to ministry in the age of social media, as religious leaders nationwide realize that in order to reach their flocks – and to thrive, if not merely survive – they have to go where the people are.
- Out of the closet … in the pulpit of a megachurch [Homosexuality]
- Does strong religious belief provide an evolutionary advantage?
- Bulgaria shows John the Baptist relics, hopes for tourist boom
- Travel expert Rick Steves on religion and politics
- Guide pony helps blind Muslim woman go to US college
- In Jordan, a bookstore devoted to forbidden titles: Banned books — on sex, politics, religion — are a specialty at Sami Abu Hossein’s shop in Amman. ‘We have them,’ he says with a grin, ‘but don’t tell anyone.’
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