Controversial novelist James Frey talks to Decca Aitkenhead about truth, fiction and his new book The Final Testament of the Holy Bible.
The weirdest -- and most doomed -- cults.
There's a whole lot of sinning going on, especially in the political realm. Mandy Rossouw comments on who needs to repent.
Anyway you see it, things sure look apocalyptic. Especially to these cults. Lisa Steyn drinks the Kool-Aid.
Through graceful 13th-century parables, Zen Buddhism reveals its enlightened nature, writes Drew Forrest.
Verashni Pillay tries to separate the stereotypes and misconceptions about a girl and her God.
God may or may not be on the internet, but Jesus certainly is, writes Faranaaz Parker.
The church marched ahead of colonialism, softening the souls for a rich harvest by empire, resulting in Christianity remaining the religion of choice.
"God uses his big celestial remote control to mute the prayers of black people," young black radical philosopher, Ncendisa Mpenymama, says.
The pastor who said Jesus was infected with HIV is back for more. This time he would like to welcome you to hell on earth.