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Saturday, July 15, 2006

My religion blog roll.

A handful of religion blogs I'd recommend:

Copyright © 2006 by Philocrites | Posted 15 July 2006 at 7:54 PM

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September 6, 2006 09:35 PM | Permalink for this comment

Notable newcomers: Bob Edgar, general secretary of the National Council of Churches USA, is blogging as part of the promotion of his new book, Middle Church: Reclaiming the Moral Values of the Faithful Majority from the Religious Right.

Also mingling faith and politics is the new Faithful Democrats community site for Christian Democrats. (The Washington Monthly's Amy Sullivan is writing for the site, which is a good sign.)


October 18, 2006 04:49 PM | Permalink for this comment

See Religion Link ("Linking journalists to ideas and resources for reporting today's hottest news," from the Religion Newswriters Foundation).


December 12, 2006 04:43 PM | Permalink for this comment

Episcopal Church watchers keep one eyebrow raised while reading Titusonenine and another for Titusoneten — each taking his cue back to back passages in the New Testament, naturally.


February 6, 2007 05:25 PM | Permalink for this comment

The editors of the Christian Century launch the Theolog. The Episcopal News Service, meanwhile, launches EpiScope.

Peace to all:

February 14, 2007 11:09 AM | Permalink for this comment

Faithfully Liberal is an open forum for politics, faith and the intersection of the two. It is dedicated to the practice of public theology as a way of calling our nation, our political and faith leaders, and all global citizens to an agenda of social justice, equality, and the proper care of humanity and the world.

While the founders of Faithfully Liberal do public theology from a Christian perspective, we know the importance of a diverse faith community and believe that all traditions have wisdom, compassion, and offer a path to God. In keeping with this belief we ask that though there may be strong disagreements, that members of the Faithfully Liberal community treat each person as they would wish to be treated.

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