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New Book: "First English Bible Fueled First Fundamentalists"

livescience.com   "The translation of the Bible into English marked the birth of religious fundamentalism in medieval times, as well as the…

Started by Sentient Biped

7 Mar 9, 2010
Reply by Sentient Biped

Zoroastrianism

Zoroastrianism is considered the forerunner of monotheistic religion.  The religion began in what is now Iran.  The number of Zoroastria…

Started by Sentient Biped

1 Mar 8, 2010
Reply by Jo Jerome

A new religion every month.

John Hummel interviewed at 52 centers of worship, in his weblog "52 weeks, 52 religions".   I can't do that, but in interest of keeping the…

Started by Sentient Biped

1 Mar 8, 2010
Reply by D.O.S

Ten Cool Creation Myths

also from Livescience.com  The story briefly (very briefly) discusses 10 creation myths from Europe, Middle East, Egypt, India, China, and…

Started by Sentient Biped

5 Mar 1, 2010
Reply by Sentient Biped

Did humans have religion before they had cities, agriculture, or ipods?

Göbekli Tepe is dated at 11,500 years old (Take that, creationists!) .  Apparently, the temple complex predates domestication of grains and…

Started by Sentient Biped

0 Feb 21, 2010

The BIG RELIGION CHART

http://www.religionfacts.com/big_religion_chart.htm

Started by Edward Teach

2 Feb 20, 2010
Reply by Edward Teach

On 52 weeks 52 religions

I ran across an interesting podcast series and thought it was appropriate for this discussion. 52 weeks 52 religions by podcaster John Humm…

Started by Sentient Biped

8 Feb 19, 2010
Reply by Sentient Biped

Ancient pottery shard casts light on bible's age? Or wishful thinking?

A small pottery shard was discovered in Israel, and dated to about 10 century BCE. The article states this was during King David's reign. (…

Started by Sentient Biped

4 Jan 24, 2010
Reply by Sentient Biped

What is Religion?

It may be self evident, and we all know what we are talking about when we discuss religion. Wikipedia has an interesting discussion on rel…

Started by Sentient Biped

4 Jan 7, 2010
Reply by Fred Werther

Origins of the Noah legend. Reports of the "Real Ark?

This story was too cool to pass up, although presented a bit dishonestly. Guardian UK. Well, it's not a relic of the ark. It's a misplaced…

Started by Sentient Biped

5 Jan 6, 2010
Reply by Sentient Biped

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