Posts tagged "Native Americans"
The Remembrance of Amalek

The Remembrance of Amalek

King Philip's War and the many beginnings and ends of sacred violence in America. By Ed Simon.
In the News: Calligraphy, Coens, a Caffeinated Casket and much more!

In the News: Calligraphy, Coens, a Caffeinated Casket and much more!

A round-up of recent religion news.
God and Guns

God and Guns

Patrick Blanchfield tracks the long-standing entanglement of guns and religion in the United States. Part 1 of 2.
In the News: Candles, Kombucha, Crocodiles, and more!

In the News: Candles, Kombucha, Crocodiles, and more!

A round-up of the week's religion news.
Tribal Alliances: The State of Israel & Native American Christianity (Excerpt)

Tribal Alliances: The State of Israel & Native American Christianity (Excerpt)

Mark Clatterbuck studies a growing Zionist movement among Native American Christians.

Playing Indian

An excerpt from the new Demons, Saints, & Patriots: Catholic Visions of Native America Through The Indian Sentinel (1902 - 1962).  The Bureau of Catholic Indian Missions published The Indian Sentinel "as both a chronicle of Catholic Indian missions activities and an impassioned public relations tool to save a beleaguered missionary venture."...

Going Native

What happens when six non-Native girls show up at the largest powwow in North America -- dressed as, um, Indians? At Racialicious Adrienne K. writes that non-native participation in powwows is common:

Gods of San Francisco

“Like pouring dirty water on the Vatican.” The New York Times’ Randal C. Archibold reports on the lawsuit brought by 13 Native American tribes in the Flagstaff, Arizona area, over the proposal of a ski resort located on the San Francisco Peaks — mountains within ancestral boundaries which the tribes regard as “virtual living deities”...