Reflecting a deeper compassion

On Michael Paulson’s Articles of Faith Blog, San Francisco’s Archbishop George H. Niederauer’s defense of California’s Proposition 8, outlawing same-sex marriage is paired with its backlash. The only problem is that the video “Proposition...

A loving Pope, as long as you’re not gay

Time magazine’s, Jeff Israely notes: After acquiring a reputation as an aggressive, doctrine-enforcing Cardinal, Pope Benedict XVI has surprised many with his gentle manner and his writings on Christian love. Not so fast… Benedict’s envoy to the...

Zen Mormans?

In today’s MormonTimes, we learn of two BYU students who consider themselves Zen Mormons. “They have things to teach us,” [Zach] Elison said. “Everything I love about Buddhism I find in my own religion, they just emphasize it...

On beliefnet.com today Deepak Chopra blogs: In any system of organized religion, belief trumps first-hand experience. Such an experience, when it is truly spiritual, brings a sense of universality, far beyond our concepts of race and creed. Interesting echo of the...

Reaching Across the Church Aisle

Here’s an excerpt from an interesting article that Digital Dharma got from Utne Online: To some people, the word “Christians” brings to mind conservative, anti-everything culture warriors. Others think of peace-and-justice activism or the Civil Rights movement....
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