This afternoon in religion and end-of-life news:
-- On BloggingHeads, Sarah Posner and David Gushee get into a fascinating conversation about the Rev. Louie Giglio and what the controversy over him bowing out of giving the benediction at President Barack Obama's inauguration means for evangelicals.
-- Arin Greenwood of HuffPost D.C. chronicles the viral Craigslist ad of "seven single Jewish males looking to host seven single females for shabbat dinner."
-- USA Today reports that some health care workers are skipping getting the flu vaccine because of their religious beliefs.
-- At America magazine, the Rev. James Martin asks if the public should forgive Lance Armstrong now that he has reportedly come clean about doping in an Oprah interview.