Robert Wolf (Wisconsin): Religious Giving as a Guide to the Principles of Good Taxation. Susan Pace Hamill (Alabama): Tax Policy inside the Two Kingdoms. Whispers of faith in a postmodern world: The myth of secularism triumphant in the arts is just that — a myth. Beginning the Pagan Restoration: The old ways need to be rebuilt, and Paganism will become something new and different, rooted in the ancient and fulfilling the needs of today. Frederic March reviews Damned Good Company: Twenty Rebels Who Bucked the God Experts by Luis Granados. Greg Laurie on things to do before Jesus returns. Why is God still absent from Downton Abbey? Todd Dorman wonders. Work, rest and pray: Can the ancient rules most monks still live by really make any kind of spiritual sense in today’s world? The prevalence of mental disorders among those who “do God” alone is an indictment of churches' failure to meet their needs. Christine Jeske on the myth of the Christian nut job: Relax — non-Christians think your faith is less weird than you do. Why is my God, or your God, better than someone else’s God? Adrienne Crezo on 11 upstart religions rooted in pop culture. What would Jesus do online?