Religion Magazine

Paperblog Pick in Religion

Not Child’s Play

Games reveal quite a bit about a culture. That’s a little takeaway from my undergraduate anthropology class. Different societies favor different types of games: chance, strategy,... Read more

Paperblog Pick in Religion

More Evidence of Forgery in the Jesus' Wife Sister Fragment

Over on Alin Suciu's blog, Joost L. Hagen has a guest post in which he reports on an analysis of the Lycopolitan Gospel of John fragment with the Coptic Reading Group of the DDGLC... Read more


  • 727,968 Words Later

    Joining in with JohnAfter 727, 958 words (at least in English translations) the Bible comes to an end. What is the final flourish? Read more

    2 hours, 20 minutes ago by   Richardl
  • The Dance of Parenthood

    It begins like a slow dance or ballet. The music is beautiful and haunting. That baby we take home from the hospital, from the orphanage, or from the foster car... Read more

    2 hours, 51 minutes ago by   Marilyngardner5
  • Sentence

    Labor Day marks the end of summer. Originally a day to commemorate all that the common laborer has contributed to society, it is now always a slightly melanchol... Read more

    4 hours, 19 minutes ago by   Steveawiggins
  • Righteous Judgement

    From there is this translation of the mishna 1:6 "Yehoshua ben Prachiah and Nitai HaArbeili received from them (Yossi ben Yoezer and Yossi ben... Read more

    10 hours, 13 minutes ago by   Ldsapologetics
  • What Hope For Nigeria In 2015? By Toks Ero / @toksero

    By Toks Ero Preparations are in top gear for the conduct of the general elections in 2015. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is putting in... Read more

    13 hours, 50 minutes ago by   Samoluexpress
  • Haredi Activists Try to Take School Building, Renewing Old Fight

    The fight regarding the building of the School of Languages and Culture located in RBS is not new. The school is situated in a building that can educate,... Read more

    The 31 August 2014 by   Gldmeier
  • Posting About National Catholic Reporter's Censorship of Jerry Slevin: 847...

    It's fascinating to see, this morning, that the posting I made Friday reporting on how National Catholic Reporter has treated Jerry Slevin has had 847 reads (an... Read more

    The 31 August 2014 by   William Lindsey
  • Water Flowing Underground

    One of the most compelling characters of the Bible is John the Baptist. Unconventional and non-conformist, he speaks with unquestioned authority based on pure... Read more

    The 31 August 2014 by   Steveawiggins
  • Retro Progress

    In these days of high technology, remembering childhood might be seen as cowardly nostalgia. When driving my daughter back to college, however, sometimes I... Read more

    The 30 August 2014 by   Steveawiggins
  • RESPONDblogs: The Number of Biological Lego Bricks Isn’t Random – It Matters

    Evolutionary Biologists often criticize the Scientists who propose that Intelligent Design (ID) – rather than the blind uncaring + random laws of physics –... Read more

    The 30 August 2014 by   Stuart_gray