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Monday, July 17, 2006

Multifaith Issues From Other Blogs - Update No. 9

This post as usual includes views, news, opinions and comments, from Web Logs, Weblogs, blogs, etc.:

Updated 22 July 2006

  • CHECK IT OUT: see the comments on a blog post "How vast is our God?"
  • God - Fact or Fiction? Part One, Life In Many Parts,
  • Does number eight spell disaster?, Yojana Sharma (, New Delhi, July 18, 2006
    Is there a common thread between Indonesian tsunami (July 17, 2006), Kashmir earthquake (October 8, 2005), Mumbai floods (July 26, 2005), Gujarat earthquake (January 26, 2001) and the devastating Indian Ocean tsunami (December 26, 2004)? Indeed, it is number eight - the number of Saturn.

  • Looking to prevent a fire? Hire a goat. By Allison Hoffman in San Diego (California, US) | Tuesday, 18 July , 2006
    When it comes to preventing brush fires, a charming brown-and-cream goat named Tim Buck might give Smokey Bear a run for his money.
    With fire season under way, residents of a San Diego neighbourhood devastated by the 2003 Cedar Fire have commissioned Tim and 350 of his friends to eat their way through chaparral encroaching on newly rebuilt homes...
    Hiring the goats was the brainchild of Reimus and Jerry Mitchell, a retired Navy pilot who nearly lost his home in the 2003 fires. Mitchell founded the Fire Safe Council — a sort of Neighbourhood Watch program for fires — in the Scripps Ranch area of San Diego, and helped Reimus set up an offshoot group.

  • 7/11 fallout: Blogsites jammed
    According to government sources, the decision to ban the sites was taken following intelligence reports that the Internet was being used through these websites to fuel hatred among people.

  • Great Moments in Religion: 1, by Mitchell Stephens at July 13, 2006
    Universe created on October 23, 4004 BCE. This is from A Geological Miscellany by G. Y. Craig and E. J. Jones: continue reading

  • Carnival Against Islamofascim
    My proclivity to find out what everyone is thinking brings us the Carnival Against Islamofascism. While its true that there may be posts and opinions that offend your tastes and prejudices, remember, that interaction and synergy is far more of an effective remedy and method of persuasion than rolling your eyes and putting up a virtual middle finger...
    Also, I am working with Aziz to get the Carnival of Brass off the ground. It will be blogistan's most comprehensive Islamic carnival. You know why? Cuz the big boys have signed up. Namely, Aziz and me (that's right, time for some much needed daily self-congratulations -- attaboy Ali E).
    Finally, check out Faith Commons Dot Org. A site for all religions. full article More on: blogistan

  • [PFBC] Roundtable: What Is Progressive Religion?
    The evening roundtable featured three fabulous bloggers,teachers, spiritual leaders and mentsches: RabbiArthur Waskow from The Shalom Center, Pastor Dan Schultzfrom Street Prophets, and Reverend Bruce Prescott from Mainstream Baptist. Tags: Aggregated Blogs;  progfaithblogcon

  • AIDS CareTeam Training at Multifaith Works (Seattle, WA)
    Attend a training for Multifaith Works' AIDS CareTeams! CareTeams are groups of 7-14 volunteers who are matched with an individual or household affected by HIV/AIDS (referred to as CarePartner(s)). The teams may be based out of a church/spiritual...
  • The unbearable contrast of present and past
    Here is a monument in the Diocese of Sault Ste. Marie that could loosely be described as a "multifaith affirmation of stuff:" Majestic, isn't it? It's not a patch on Sargent's Triumph of Religion, of course; but then, few things are
    The religious maelstrom of (Religious blogs) mode...
    The religious maelstrom of (Religious blogs) modern Russia THE multifaith gathering which Patriarch Alexi II summoned in Moscow this week as a prelude to President Putins G8 summit reflects the immense diversity of religions in Russia.

    More news from Feedster;,   Blog Heaven;   Faith Commons

    See also
  • Multifaith Issues From Other Blogs - Update No. 8 Update No. 7; Update No. 6; Update No. 5; Update No. 4; Update No. 3; Update No. 2; Update No. 1

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