Posts tagged "books"
How Not To Do What We Always Do

How Not To Do What We Always Do

Donovan O. Schaefer reviews
Alpha God: The Psychology of Religious Violence and Oppression by Hector A. Garcia
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In The News: Poetry, Puritans, Politicians and more!

In The News: Poetry, Puritans, Politicians and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
The Patient Body: How Ethics Saved the Life of Medicine

The Patient Body: How Ethics Saved the Life of Medicine

“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine.
Review: Teresa, My Love

Review: Teresa, My Love

Abby Kluchin reviews "Teresa, My Love" by Julia Kristeva.
In the News: Wax, Wits, William James, and more!

In the News: Wax, Wits, William James, and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
In the News: Pundits, Prophets, Politics, and more!

In the News: Pundits, Prophets, Politics, and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
In the News - Heathens, Hymns, and Holy Men

In the News – Heathens, Hymns, and Holy Men

A round-up of the week's religion news.
The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Our Glorious Brothers

The Last Twentieth Century Book Club: Our Glorious Brothers

"The Last Twentieth Century Book Club" is an ongoing monthly column exploring religious ephemera by Don Jolly.
The Patient Body: Pathological Sex

The Patient Body: Pathological Sex

“The Patient Body” is a monthly column by Ann Neumann about issues at the intersection of religion and medicine.
In the News: Passover, Prison, Pop Music , and more!

In the News: Passover, Prison, Pop Music , and more!

A round-up of recent religion and media stories in the news.

Daily Links 04 December 2004

If You Can’t Beat ‘Em, Make ‘Em Join You Fast on the heels of the recent victories for “Intelligent Design” curriculum in public schools, comes the increasing popularity of this creationist meme, today transmitted by Rod Tussing, in The Arizona Republic: “Darwinism is an ‘interpretation’ of the world and its origin and, therefore, qualifies as a religion....

Punctuating the Divine

Having spread the news of official reports and officious surveys (see the following two items) and The Passion (see much of the previous week’s entries), The Revealer feels free to move on to one of its own small passions — writers who find entirely new ways to write about religion.Fernando Pessoa, a great Portuguese poet of the early 20th...