In the news this week ...
I'll post links here to some of the big religion and ethics stories of the week, and to some with less obvious connections to faith and values questions. You can add your suggested links to the thread and discuss the top stories of the week. What should we be debating on this week's Sunday Sequence?
Anglican primates meet in Dublin.
Practising Muslims will very soon overtake weekly churchgoers in Britain.
Women Increasingly Drawn To Islam In U.K.
Seven Anglican priests and 300 parishioners join Catholic church.
Worshippers asked to pay for cleric's £820,000 house.
Study sees global Muslim population surge.
Being black and gay.
Divine dispatches: a religion roundup.
German abuse victims reject compensation offer.
When is a death drug unhumane?
Heresy of Though? Jeremy Clarkson on the Sky Sports sexism row.
Is Marx making a comeback?
Episcopal Church leader: polygamy is sort of OK in Africa.
Is this the right GP for the drugs advisory council?
Hitler vs. Stalin: Who Was Worse?
Ethical jokes: 'the Unluckiest Man in the World'.
The Moral Maze: gay couples in Christian hotels?
Reynolds Price, 1933-2011.
Are beautiful people more intelligent then ugly people?
The beauty-intelligence link: ethical discussion.
How Christians should rethink sex.
The forger's story.
Email etiquette: is it time to ditch "Dear ..."