Monthly Archives: April 2012

Small acts of courage

(c) The Christian Century – May 2, 2012 – Thomas G. Long, Emory University, Candler School of Theology [blog note: see also Irshad Manji and the Moral Courage Project] In the spring of 1939, 47-year-old Paul Grüninger was a middle-level police … Continue reading

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An Islamic State in Egypt? The Muslim Brotherhood & the Presidential Elections

Martin Marty Center for the Advanced Study of Religion The University  of Chicago Divinity School Sightings  4/26/2012 — Barbara Zollner* The battle over Egypt’s democratic future is at a significant crossroads. But while the fight for succession to Mubarak’s throne … Continue reading

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Singing the Blues

Bible excerpt from Mark 16:1-8 (Good News Bible): “Who will roll away the stone for us from the entrance to the tomb?” William C. Green The secret of the blues is strength in the middle of trouble. It brings to … Continue reading

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