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[Inspiration] How architecture can help reduce bias towards religious communities
Home june 14, 2016

Pop-Up Religious Buildings Could Sustain Culture In Refugee Camps

Architect students design portable churches, synagogues and mosques for displaced communities

Advertising may 27, 2016

Newspaper Readers Forced To Experience Censorship In Altered Comments Section

Readers who attempted to comment on a controversial article found their comments censored

[Insight] Modern group fitness may fill some people’s yearnings for religion
Syndicated march 17, 2016

The 10 Best Places for Reflection

From Reykjavik to Tate Modern, we look at spaces to inspire contemplation

Work december 11, 2013

Minimalist Nativity Set Gets Back To The Basics [Pics]

These beechwood blocks allow you to imagine your own kind of nativity scene.

Technology september 9, 2013

NY Times Wedding Section Analysis Visualizes Years Of Nuptial Trends [Pics]

Custom data visualizations of marriage similarities and differences dating back to 1981.

Syndicated february 6, 2013

Book Review: In-Depth Expose Of Scientology

The controversial religion is put under the microscope, to great effect, by author Lawrence Wright in his new tome.

Technology december 20, 2012

Google Digitizes Ancient Dead Sea Scrolls [Video]

Biblical artifacts are now available online and can be accessed by anyone.

Innovation november 19, 2012

Are The Fringes Defining Mainstream Society?

During the first axial age man discovered transcendent faith. A new book proposes that spiritual energy is is actually found on the edges of our culture today, rather than the mainstream.

Sustainability june 20, 2012

Monks Blend History And Malt In Their First Beer Created In 450 Years

The Benedictine community at Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire will begin to sell Britain's first monastic brew since the Reformation.

Innovation may 14, 2012

Dalai Lama: Young People Should Not Expect Life To Be Easy

Religious leader says that London riots were caused by a generation filled with misconceptions.

Arts & Culture april 18, 2012

Cider-Making Monks Revive 200-Year-Old Beer

The residents of Ampleforth Abbey who grow over 70 varieties of apple have brewed beer from an ancient recipe.

Advertising march 31, 2012

Why Do People Need To Believe? [PSFK NYC 2012]

NYC filmmaker Vikram Gandhi shares the story of his movie about a faux guru that explores people's need to have faith.


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