From Inside Catholic, a look at 12 myths every Catholic should be able to answer. Here are excerpts from Light of the World: The Pope, The Church and The Signs Of The Times, Peter Seewald’s book-length interview with Pope Benedict XVI. A review of When Values Collide: The Catholic Church, Sexual Abuse, and the Challenges of Leadership by Joseph P. Chinnici. A look at how Christianity arguably the most persecuted religion in the world. Herding cats on Sola Scriptura: A Truly Reformed guy has to periodically engage in the Sisyphean labor of trying to herd all the Protestant cats back into the Calvinist bag. What would Jesus do? Conservatives claim Christ as one of their own, but in word and deed, the son of God was much more left-wing than the religious right likes to believe. Among the Evangelicals: Academics were slow to get around to studying this American subculture — better late than never. Save the date: Jesus is scheduled to make his second coming appearance on May 21, 2011 — are you Rapture Ready? Dealing with crazy Christians: When you want to say, "I'm a Christian, but not like them". Is just believing enough? Craig Groeschel explores the fine line between believing like a Christian, but living like an atheist. From Secular News Daily, Andrew Zak Williams on how to debate God's existence with a believer; and is religion a kind of racism? Yes and no. Is your life complete without a rock-climbing Jesus action figurine? We didn’t think so.

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