Religious Food for Thought…

Posted: March 27, 2012 by Ty in Current Events, Musings, Spirituality
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Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Combining visions, religion and politics in an apocalyptic drama, the Book of Revelation still captures our imagination 2,000 years after it was written by John of Patmos, a Jewish prophet and follower of Jesus.
Food Pantry’s Fight Over Prayer
Remembering The Sufi Master
Mansur Hallaj
Tim Tebow Brings A Little Goodness To Gotham
The Surprising Progress Of The Charter For Compassion
Archaeological Evidence For Jesus
BLOG POSTS
Tanya Luhrmann: When God Talks Back
Millions and millions of Americans experience themselves as having a personal relationship with God that is as vivid and intimate as a child’s imaginary friend. Why has this way of imagining God become so popular?
Timothy Beal: BibliFact Roundup #1: Visions, Vomit and Phony Eco-theology
The Bible is a powerful weapon that has been wielded for good and for ill throughout American history. How can we keep political Biblespeak honest? Inspired by PolitiFact.com, BibliFact roundups aim to do just that.
Frank Fredericks: Youth Redefine Interfaith Activism — Globally
With more than 500 activists volunteering more than 16,000 hours in 10 countries last year, impacting the lives of more than 50,000 people, we see a global trend becoming the foundation of a world movement. This is the beginning.
Edwin Black: The Texas Sabbath Showdown: The Inside (and Still Blazing) Story
Both Beren and TAPPS were too comfortable in the way it has always been to imagine the way it could be. But both would reluctantly be brought into the new era.
Alaa Al Aswany: Who Will Greet Pope Shenouda?
Yesterday the man stood up to welcome Pope Shenouda III, who walked towards him, upright and sprightly. All the wrinkles were gone from his face, his back was straight, he was free of his aches and pains and his hair had turned quite black again.

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