War on Warren

I must admit that I was surprised when I saw this story glide across my computer screen this morning. Certainly there were individuals of the cloth that might have been picked that could have reflected a deeper sense of post-fundamentalist spirituality than Rick...

Biblically Guided Foreign Policy?

Matt Duss, over at The Guardian has some policy analysis worthy of attention. What happens when a developmental orientation focused on a fundamentalist approach inspires foreign policy? What happens when this thinking becomes contagious through the (ahem… viral)...

The Right Wants Deepak

I couldn’t help it. I just had to keep this story going since I think it is actually quite meaningful. All of us should consider how it is, on a psycho-spiritual level, that we both let information about our world in, and then how we express it. Is there...

Fanning Fundamentalist Flames

The International Herald Tribune offers an interesting piece on the implications of this past week’s attacks. The major theme shouldn’t surprise any one. The terrorists’ barely concealed ties to Pakistan suggest that a key objective of the Mumbai...

Malaysians Ban Yoga for Muslims

Interesting read over at the On Faith section of the Washington Post: Malaysia’s top Islamic body fresh from banning tomboys issued an edict Saturday that prohibits Muslims from practicing yoga, saying that elements of Hinduism in the ancient Indian exercise...
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