Friday, June 23, 2006

Religion Blogging

Sometimes I am deep in research mode for school, just too busy to craft a post that makes any sense, or want to highlight other religious writers. So I've rounded up some posts over the last week or so that I have enjoyed.


Jenavira of Essais realizes that Paganism is, in fact, an actual religion.

Fiacharrey talks about why "morality cannot be separated from spirituality."

Soleclaw mentions how she came to terms with her faith.

Joie at Urban by Nature insists that we do not forget to include ourselves in the natural cycles and rhythms of life.

Camassia asks what can be considered as “religious” and mentions (half-jokingly) that "our society teaches children to be little pagans and expects them to grow out of it."

reminds us that we all seek to confirm that we matter through on interactions with others.

Mr. Crankypants, Dan Harper's alter ego, tells us how it should be in the Unitarian Universalist Association. I like Mr. C.'s mention of being religious seekers our whole lives.

2 comments:

soleclaw said...

I'm flattered you mentioned me! I would have commented earlier, but I've been busy reading all the other posts you mentioned!

Thanks again!

Sojourner said...

:) You've been on a roll lately. I like what you have posted.

I think that it is great to read what others are writing, which is why I did this post. It's good to take in other people's point of view on things as it helps us to think about our lifes, beliefs, etc.