St. Michael Archangel by August Vogel
Though I haven't played Dungeons & Dragons in years, there are some very smart fellows out there writing about the game. One of these is Father Dave, who writes "The Blood of Prokopius" blog. I have struggled to find appropriate words to sum this blog up, but I think his own description "Musings on Religion & RPGs" is the sufficient. In it you'll find thoughts on Orthodox doctrine mixed with Wandering Monster tables, Lovecraft, reports about his long running D&D game and how a clever DM can use the history of the writing of the early Gospels in his own campaign. And gentlemen, I challenge you to find that particular mix anywhere else.
A recurring feature and my favourite by a country mile is "Saintly Saturday"*, a short feature written about a particular saint followed by thoughts on the nature of his sainthood and how it might be referenced in Dungeons & Dragons. As a policeman, I've something of a fondness for the Archangel Michael and Father Dave very kindly broke a rule to write a piece on him.
You can find it here.
On an unrelated note, the image above was taken from wikipedia and is a statue of the Archangel in a church in Hamburg. It's one of the few I've seen that I've liked, mainly because this chap looks like he's been on the beat for Eternity. The typical representation always make him seem too young to me, though I suppose there is a joke in there somewhere about knowing you're old when policemen start to look young.
*It's something of a hazard of being unrepentantly High Church.