Commentary on religion can be a touchy subject, and it's nice to find a place online where the commentary is both thoughtful and well-informed. The "Comment is Free" site created by the Guardian newspaper blends informed remarks on religion with the thoughts and viewpoints of visitors to the site. Front and center, visitors will come across "The Question". This area contains a weekly question that visitors are invited to respond to, and it also includes a piece of commentary from an author with relevant background on the matter at hand. On the right-hand side of the site, visitors can view the latest religious news from the Guardian, and then look into the "How to believe" area. Recently, this area has featured expert weblog posts on great works on religion and philosophy, such as Plato's Dialogues. The "Multimedia" area certainly warrants a visit, and recent features include "Islamophonic", which looks at the lives of Muslims in Wales.


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