Posts tagged "blogs"

What does the Mehdi Army Believe?

UPDATE: “River,” an Iraqi blogger, writes: “If the situation weren’t so frightening, it would almost be amusing to see Al-Hakeem and Bahr Ul Iloom describe Al-Sadr as an ‘extremist’ and a ‘threat’. Muqtada Al-Sadr is no better and no worse than several extremists we have sitting on the Governing Council. He’s just as willing to ingratiate himself...

jBlogs

Scholars, wonks, and rebbeles; mameles and makhers-in-their-own-minds; such are the denizens of jBlog (as the Jewish blogosphere is called). We’ve started with these blogs because they’re smart, or funny, or maybe even both. Some are neither, but they take us into parts of the Jewish world we’d never see otherwise. Our initial selection isn’t representative...

Godless

A few days after we built this page, Norwegianity wrote: “How do you tell if a website on religion is on the up and up or if it’s just fronting for Sun Myung Moon, Falwell, Dobson or one of the other clowns? Well, posting a page of links to legit atheist sites is a pretty good start....

Shabbat Reading

Shabbat reading below; but first, a scooped report: Is muscular Christianity entering a new weight class? Yes — and you read it on The Revealer first. Now, from The New York Times:The Return of the Warrior Jesus. The Head Heeb is one of the few bloggers of any faith to pay attention to the alleged coup attempt in Sudan,...