Exposure to religion makes children more likely to believe in fictional stories. But is that a bad thing?
On Wikipedia, the collaborative Internet encyclopedia, articles on religion become a point of serious contention.
For a country full of Goliaths, we’re awfully obsessed with being David.
When religious practice and corporate policy converge.
I have good reasons not to pray for Israel/Palestine. But I don’t have any excuse.
Why the role religion plays in mental health is up to the patient, not the doctor.
Whose beliefs should guide public policy when it comes to defining at what point personhood begins?