Image via Killing the Buddha

Image via Killing the Buddha

“Egypt cannot have a future as a viable, pluralistic democracy without the Brotherhood’s participation,” writes Mohamad Bazzi at The Nation.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, leader of the Church of England, plans to provide low-interest loans through church-run credit unions to  compete with high-interest ‘pay-day’ lenders.

Those tough critics over at Africa is a Country approve Jed Lipinski’s NYT story about Ghanaian traditional priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam.

Balancing Islam and Hollywood – NPR has a story about the Los Angeles based actor and muezzin Ben Youcef.

“I had been to a great Catholic college and I couldn’t really talk about it.” Mary Valle writes about her friend Deacon Tim and his secret degree over at Killing The Buddha.

How do you photograph the invisible?  The New York Times has a great record of one attempt to photograph Buddhism.