John Morss (Deakin): The International Legal Status of the Vatican/Holy See Complex: A Cyborg Speaks. From Christianity Today, are birth defects really part of God's plan? A history of the Jesus People: An interview with Larry Eskridge. A religious legacy: After decades of focusing on evangelicals, historians are reassessing the legacy of liberal Protestantism. Bre Woligroski reviews See Me Naked: Stories of Sexual Exile in American Christianity by Amy Frykholm. Sexuality is religion’s worst nightmare, because it offers the possibility of personal autonomy. This insane Christian anti-porn movie will make you so grateful you’re a sinner. Is Christianity philosophical? David Lyle Jeffrey reviews Philosophy: A Student's Guide by David K. Naugle. The Francis Revolution is under way — not everyone is pleased. Howard Kainz on the Christian vestiges of post-Christianity. Kenyan lawyer Dola Indidis is on a mission: to get the International Court of Justice at the Hague to overturn the conviction and death sentence of Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago. There's life in those bones: Jason Byassee on why Christians venerate relics. From TNR, Damon on the Pope's Pipe Dream: Francis may want reform, but guess who doesn't. Recovering the Christian tradition: Val J. Peter on self-denial and self-fulfillment. Is non-violence a Christian requirement? Jeff Eagan wonders. Joseph Bottum reviews Saint Augustine of Hippo: An Intellectual Biography by Miles Hollingworth.