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Report on Sex Abuse in the Roman Catholic Church


“Life in Year One” Paperback Release

Scott Korb on what life was like in first century Palestine. Life in Year One, now in paperback.

A Daily Review of Religion and Media

"Jeff Sharlet has an incredibly rare double talent: the instincts of an investigative reporter coupled with the soul of a historian." --Hanna Rosin

Abraham’s Daughters at FringeNYC

Abraham’s Daughters, a new play by The Revealer's Elissa Lerner, will have its world premiere at the New York International Fringe Festival!

"An exciting addition to the interfaith dialogues that need to take place on campuses and stages all around the...

A New Book From Revealer Contributing Editor Scott Korb

"Expertly researched, beautifully distilled, and filled with wit." --Jeff Sharlet, New York Times bestselling author of The Family

A new book from Revealer creator Jeff Sharlet

"One of the most compelling and brilliantly researched exposes you'll ever read -- just don't read it alone at night!" --Barbara Ehrenreich, New York Times bestselling author of Nickel and Dimed

Tammy Hall, Sudan

02 August 2005 By Jeff Sharlet How some Christian conservative activists are turning killers into cash cows — and why the press never notices. A few years ago a respected journalist for the mainstream press told a colleague of mine who was investigating the Sri Lankan conflict to disregard the evangelical press. Actually, what this...

If You Were at TV Producer

23 June 2005 By Jeff Sharlet If you could produce a TV program about religion, what would it look like? Who would you interview? What questions would you ask? Think about it. Then tell me, in the comments section below. Friday, June 24, and Saturday, June 25, I’ll have the good fortune to be part...

The Intimacy of Killing

20 June 2005 Bloodlust, says historian Joanna Bourke, is a civilized affair. By Jeff Sharlet (Originally published as “Revealing the Intimacy of the Most Gruesome Part of War” in The Chronicle of Higher Education, Oct. 22, 1999). To start with, Joanna Bourke has never killed anyone. She has never even fired a gun, much less...