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Spiritual Surf: Bat-eater wisdom, lessons from death, Harry Potter and Australian exorcisms

New Book of Ozzy; casting out evil spirits; unruly God-fearing Nigerians;  do-gooder fatigue.

Prince of unapologetic darkness: Quotes in The Wit and Wisdom of Ozzy Osbourne, a Gentleman’s Philosophy reveal lots of confessions but no regrets.

Aussie priests cast ye out: Twilight and Harry Potter may be partly responsible for a rash of exorcisms Down Under.

Church, social status and hypocrisy: While Nigerians trumpet their faith on CVs and name drop about who’s who in the pews, how much piety is really going on?

Savior burnout: Being ‘blessed’ with the ability to create change is exhausting.

The religion of “O”: With all the weeping, hugging and hollering Oprah Winfrey generates, fandom is closer to evangelical worship.

Death as life-skills training: Research shows that professionals who work with the dying are closer to knowing the meaning of life.

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