Yom Kippur ended last night, and a Harvard Hillel project urged Jews to confess their sins on Twitter, the Atlantic reports. Well, God is on Twitter after all.
President Obama’s support among Catholic voters has surged since June, according to a new Pew poll, despite a summer that included the Catholic bishops’ religious freedom campaign and the naming of Rep. Paul Ryan, a Catholic, as the GOP's vice-presidential candidate.
A number of Mormons are fasting to help Mitt Romney.
The Republican Jewish Coalition, backed mostly by the casino magnate Sheldon Adelson, a Zionist, has begun spending $6.5 million on an air-and-ground strategy to reach Jewish voters, the NYT reports.
I'm guessing their isn't much overlap between the two guides.
The anti-Mormon - or should I say anti-Morman? - propagandists are coming out of the woodwork.
A Michigan judge sentenced a man to writing a 10-page paper on Hinduism after the man attacked two Hindus while shouting "jihad" and "Osama bin Laden."
The Vatican is walking a fine line on international anti-blasphemy laws.
Madonna said she was being ironic when she called Obama a "Muslim." Now, I finally understand the song "Like a Virgin."
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue is a little less subtle (see video above).
Church of England officials met in secret on Wednesday to choose the next Archbishop of Canterbury, Reuters reports.
Saudi authorities have deported 150 female Muslim pilgrims from Nigeria and detained another 1,000 because they came to Mecca unaccompanied by men.
The faith-based push against human trafficking may be the newest “Christian abolitionist movement,” our Amanda Greene reports.
Harvard Theological Review has not rejected Karen King's research paper on the "Gospel of Jesus’ Wife." At least, not yet.
Oh yeah, "Breaking Amish"? Fake.
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