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‘I prayed and prayed but I was still gay’

I had a family I loved and playmates but I soon discovered that difference means I didn’t belong

Einstein’s ‘God letter’ to go on sale for $1-million

​A handwritten letter from Albert Einstein about his thoughts on God, religion and his search for meaning is to go on sale in New York

Make the bat mitzvah more than ‘lite’

The very act of a girl reading from the Torah can shake Judaism out of its patriarchal stronghold and inspire her to become involved in the religion.

Amid the deafening silence are bits and pieces of God

Maybe God also dwells in the small mercies of strangers, in the aha moments when humans connect deeply.

Death and the high cost of living

Our health minister's ideas on euthanasia have no place in a secular country like ours.

A street guide for those in search of God in Jo’burg

Percy Zvomuya walked the streets of Johannesburg's CBD to find God. He was there in full force, mostly just not where you would expect him.

Meet Jesus, the bisexual drug addict

Controversial novelist James Frey talks to <b>Decca Aitkenhead</b> about truth, fiction and his new book <i>The Final Testament of the Holy Bible</i>.

Doomed cults

The weirdest -- and most doomed -- cults.

The end of the world as we know it

Anyway you see it, things sure look apocalyptic. Especially to these cults. <b>Lisa Steyn</b> drinks the Kool-Aid.

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