Observatory of Religions
The 21st century will be or not be religious. This Malraux prophecy is being fufilled: the impact of religion on political, economic, financial and social spheres is making front page news. Observatory of Religions’ (L’observatoire des Religions) perspective, that is; the observation, analysis and commentary of religious issues in a current affairs framework, is purely unreligious. L’observatoire des Religions was created by Philippe Simonnot, economist and author of numerous works on history and economics.

Women, sex and one night stands: an increasing trend

Egypt - Israel: Before the war of Kippour

The Faith Of Scientists: In their own words

American Politics’ relationship with God and Race

Algeria: A hostile ground for non-Islamic beliefs?

Toward a New Paradigm for Law and Religion

The impact of religion on international trade

First Catholic church opens in Qatar

Economic Analysis of the Legal Regulation of Religion in the US and Germany

An Ecstasy of Folly, Prophecy and Authority in Early Christianity

Soldiers pressured to adopt fundamentalist Christian beliefs

The Trial of the Templars

The French Wars of Religion, 1562–1629

Roman Religion

What the Bible says about homosexuality

God’s Trade, Economics of judaism, christianism and islam

The Forging of Races

In Europe, God Is (Not) Dead

Catholicism more powerful in Scotland

A long list of Christian Zionists running the United States

"Judaism’s Sexual Revolution : Why Judaism (and then Christianity) Rejected Homosexuality."


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