It’s difficult to ignore the proto-religious fervour that has accompanied Corbyn on his whirlwind tour of top-level politics.
New research suggests a mythical flood in China really happened about 4,000 years ago. It's the latest case of scientists matching ancient tales to actual local natural disasters.
Why we're being asked to decide whether Amber Heard is one of two archetypes: the gold-digging, manipulative siren or the innocent female victim.
Fantasy often meets reality when we try to find explanations for mythological creatures.
Film sagas like Star Wars transcend the screen, connecting viewers to their pasts, to one another and to the hero within.
There are some surprising parallels between the characters in ancient Viking-era stories and modern popular culture.
Brutal sexual threats against perceived trespassers, made anonymously, with the expectation they will be seen as "humorous". Sound familiar? Modern-day trolls belong to a long, and troubling, lineage.
We need to move beyond assumptions that religion is simply about dogmatism, and should continue teaching religion within a secular educational structure.
What do several early myths have in common? They suggest women must be ruled by men because they are disobedient and curious.