Geoffrey P. Miller (NYU): Logos and Narrative. From Verbum et Ecclesia, Daniel P. Veldsman (Pretoria): How "Religious" is Religion and How "Natural" is Naturalness? On the Question of the Naturalness of Religion; and Jacobus W. Gericke (NWU): The Hebrew Bible in Contemporary Philosophy of Religion. From Political Theology, a review of Created Equal: How the Bible Broke with Ancient Political Thought by Joshua Berman. Are more Bible versions bad for the Good Book? Intellectual Poison: Benjamin Wiker on how Thomas Hobbes ruined Biblical scholarship. A review of Christian Anarchism: A Political Commentary on the Gospel by Alexandre J. M. E. Christoyannopoulos. A review of The Questions Christians Hope No One Will Ask (With Answers) by Mark Mittelberg. A review of Mark Johnston's Saving God: Religion After Idolatry. A grand unified theory of man: In the academy, the real argument over science and religion is not about God but rather about how social and natural scientists understand people. A review of The Religion Virus: Why We Believe in God: An Evolutionist Explains Religion’s Incredible Hold on Humanity by Craig James. Survival of the Godliest: Does strong religious belief provide an evolutionary advantage? S(h)aving religion with Occam's Razor: A comparison of atheist and religious morality. Paul Young on the nature of information, a doorway to a postreligious world. What is gained by framing research on religion, secularity, and modernity in terms of “multiple” or “contending” modernities, and what “new paths for constructive engagement” might such a frame afford?