The Guardian has a great (and ongoing) series of articles detailing philosophers’ ideas on faith and religion. They are on their fourth philosopher right now – Heidegger – and seem to be doing a great job of summarizing what each one thought. I have only gotten through two of them, but they’re probably all worth reading; the comments, maybe. Some are good, others ill-informed.
Another recent discovery is the Berkeley Webcasts. I had vaguely known about them before, but only just started listening to them. It’s a great way to spend your bike into work listening to lectures on, say, social psychology.