I seem to have a bunch of religious stories today:
– Henry Farrell explains why blaming sex abuse by priests on the “permissive society” won’t wash.
– Doug Chaplin explains some of the background the to “right to wear a crucifix” campaigners (Jay, you’ll love this).
– Ben Jeapes takes a much better (dare I say more Christian?) attitude to such things.
And moving on from religion…
– My Clarkesworld colleague, Sean Wallace, thinks that it is time that Sheila Williams got a Hugo. (And you know, Asimov’s is the only one for the fiction digest magazines to feature in this year’s short fiction nominees, so that should put her ahead of Stan and Gordon, right?)