Religion - Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia
Wikipedia's information about religion.
Religion - Definition of Religion by Merriam-Webster
Define religion: the belief in a god or in a group of gods-usage, synonyms, more.
BBC - Religions
Guides to world religions and beliefs. Includes Atheism, Christianity, Islam, Paganism, Jainism, Zoroastrian and many more.
Religion - Psychology Today
Though we can't prove the existence of one (or many) god(s), we can provide evidence for the power of religion. For good or for evil, faith factors into our everyday functioning: We've evolved to believe. Religion can help us make sense of our world, provide motivation, and bind us together.
World Religion News, Religious Views, Spirituality - HuffPost Religion
Follow religion in the news, read commentary from top spiritual leaders and grow spiritually thru scripture, prayers and rituals from world religions.
Culture - Definition of Culture by Merriam-Webster
Define culture: the beliefs, customs, arts, etc., of a particular society, group, place, or time & usage, synonyms, more.
Poll Finds Americans, Especially Millennials, Moving Away From Religion
A survey by the Pew Research Center shows that the percentage of Americans who say they believe in God, pray daily and attend church regularly is declining.
Religion - World News - The Guardian
Religion - World news - The Guardian - What is religion? - News.
ReligionFacts - Just The Facts On The World's Religions
Religion - or at least religious inquiry - is something that virtually everyone has in common. In all corners of the world and in all eras of history, humans have wondered about the origins of the universe, the purpose of life, what it means to be human, and what happens after death.
Can Religion and Science Coexist?
A new book by the evolutionary biologist Jerry Coyne tackles arguments that the two institutions are compatible.
The Rapid Spread of Christianity
The rapid spread of Christianity is forcing an official rethink on religion - Economist.