Over at Huff Post, they have an interesting slide show of modern churches, mosques and synagogues.
The question for readers: Do you think these buildings are beautiful? Some clearly show the influence of modern thinkers like Mircea Eliade. Some do a masterful job of integrating the structure with the natural space surrounding it. And, of course, the most obvious deficiency of these buildings is no fault of the architect: a church needs time to soften, to be filled with prayers and with some of the kitsch that all heartfelt religions create and with the soot from burning candles and incense. Over all, I like most of them. What do you think?