TopLinks: Religion
This Muslim-run site compiles news, opinion, and discussion on a wide range of topics, including gender relations, family, and politics. The site pays special attention to stories the editors feel are ignored in the western media.

Americans United for Separation of Church and State
Since 1947, Americans United has worked to protect the constitutional principle of church-state separation. With a base of 60,000+ members, this organization regularly updates this site with current information.

Anti-Defamation League
This site is the home page for the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the world's leading organization fighting anti-Semitism, which upholds the basic principle that any discrimination based on race is illegal, immoral, unconstitutional, and inherently wrong and damaging to a democratic society.

British Broadcasting Corporation: Religion and Ethics
The British Broadcasting Corporation Religion & Ethics Web site provides a brief primer on the major world religions, including their history, customs, and holy days, and links to contemporary religion-related news.

Council for Secular Humanism
The Council for Secular Humanism “works to separate Church and State and defend the rights of people who do not accept religious beliefs.” A selection of articles from the council's bimonthly publication, Free Inquiry, is available at this site, as are links to other secular humanist resources.

From the London School of Economics, Darwin@LSE "explores recent developments in evolutionary thinking, in particular what evolutionary theory can tell us about human nature--understanding our bodies, brains, minds, behaviour and aspects of culture as the products of adaptations evolved by natural selection."

Pew Forum of Religion and Public Life
The Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life gathers and disseminates public opinion information through polls and reports “to promote a deeper understanding of issues at the intersection of religion and public affairs.” Its up-to-date site provides transcripts, publications, and news about religious issues in different contexts, such as bioethics, the death penalty, politics, and world affairs.

Religion Online
Religion Online is designed to assist teachers, scholars and general 'seekers' who are interested in exploring religious issues. Search this site for information on the Old and New Testament, theology, ethics, the history and sociology of religion, communication and cultural studies, pastoral care, counseling, homiletics, worship, missions, and religious education.

Science Saturday: God, Religion, and Weeping Statues
Psychologist Paul Bloom talks about religion and psychology with philosopher Michael Murray on, a site that features video discussions between two “blogging heads” on everything from healthcare to quantum mechanics.

SisterFriends Together
Check this site, formerly, for links that examine homosexuality and the Bible, a list of gay-friendly organizations and churches, gay and lesbian Christian support, advice for coming out, and dozens of other gay and Christian resources.

The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty
The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty is a nonprofit organization “dedicated to protecting the expression of all religious traditions.” Its members support freedom of religion in the public arena and believe that religious people and institutions should not be excluded from government affairs for professing their faith. The fund's site offers an archive of its litigation and extensive background on the issues for which it advocates, such as protecting religious discourse in public schools, religious land use, and religion in prison.

The Pluralism Project
The mission of the Pluralism Project at Harvard University is “to help Americans engage with the realities of religious diversity through research, outreach, and the active dissemination of resources.” Its site is a comprehensive resource offering multimedia presentations, regularly updated news, and numerous research articles. Users can search for resources by religious tradition as well as by state.

The Religion, Culture, and Family Project
The Religion, Culture, and Family Project site offers academic and general-interest articles and resources on “the contemporary situation of American families.” Based at the University of Chicago Divinity School, the project contains articles, suggested reading lists, and newsletters dealing with religion and family.