A few items of interest:
Conscience For Me But Not For Thee: The Case for Pro-Life Docs and Pharmacists from the Bad Idea Blog, provides a fairly thorough defense of the concept (see my own post on the subject, from June).
In What Lies Beneath, James McGrath offers a great analogy for the importance of critically examining one’s own beliefs.
Bill Maher hates your (fill in the blank) religion, which reveals that many of the interviews for the film were acquired deceptively. People were told the movie would be called “A Spiritual Journey” and were not told that Maher would be the host until they were already caught on camera. I’m curious how many of those who (rightly) condemned Expelled for lying to it’s subjects will defend Religulous for the using the same tactic. At least Expelled chose recognized experts to interview; Maher apparently went looking for the most ignorant folks he could find.
Finally, and just for fun: In Which Scott Goes To The Fourth Heaven…