Weekly Weird Religious News

weekly weird religious news

In a week that has seen the revelations regarding Roy Moore ramp up and up, you do have to wonder if he is simply one lone isolated case that stands out as a contrast to the normal. Yes he is … in the sense that most people with or without a specific belief generally do … Read more

Weekly Weird Religious News

Normally this is a weekly posting, but I skipped doing it last week because I was at QED. So what happens this week, will I scan over 14 days worth of news, or will I simply stick to looking back over 7 days? I’ll stick to scanning over the past 7 days. If I had … Read more

Weekly Weird Religious News

The vast majority of humans, with or without a specific religious belief, are in general normal decent people. The religious ones enjoy the festivals, and also go through the religious rituals because they are in the club, but tend not to take it too seriously. There is however a smaller subset who take culturally inherited … Read more

Top 3 Weekly Weird Religious News Items

As described last week, this is my regular weekly hit list of weird religious news items. Many humans are religious. Holding a belief is a basic human right as is critiquing such beliefs, and also changing your belief to another belief or non-belief. Generally most also hold such beliefs for cultural or emotional reasons to a moderate … Read more

Top 3 Weekly Weird Religious News items

I appear to have a pattern here in which I pick three of the weirdest bits of religious news items from the previous seven days, for example last week here, and the week before here, and the week before that here. Basically the filter is that if it is specifically religious in nature and also … Read more

Top 3 Weird Religious News items for the week

Last week I posted my top three items of religious craziness that had happened during the previous seven days. OK, so let’s have another go and see what has popped up in the last seven days. Item 1 – Pope claims it is better to be an Atheist It feels odd to reading stories about the leader of … Read more

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