Tag Archives: Religious Tolerance

James McEnteer : I Drank the Booze Today, Oh Boy

Cover art by Lynn Hatzius from Salman Rushdie’s Satanic Verses.Losing the plot:I drank the booze today, oh boy Barney considers himself devoted to the Rodney King school of public thought: why can’t we all just get along? By James McEnteer … finish reading James McEnteer : I Drank the Booze Today, Oh Boy

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Lamar W. Hankins : Religious Unrest, Violence, and Intolerance

Demonstrators outside the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, September 11, 2012. Photo from Reuters / MarketWatch.Religious unrest, violence, and intolerance A society where great umbrage is taken by large numbers of people to criticism of a particular religion and that umbrage … finish reading Lamar W. Hankins : Religious Unrest, Violence, and Intolerance

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Larry Ray : Our Schools, Their Madrassas

Graphic by Larry Ray / The Rag Blog.Letters to Charlie:Our schools, their Madrassas By Larry Ray / The Rag Blog / October 1, 2010 Letters to Charlie is a collection of emails to a long time friend. He worked hard … finish reading Larry Ray : Our Schools, Their Madrassas

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Thomas Good : Hatred and Healing at Ground Zero

Photo by Bud Korotzer / NLN.The objectification of Other:Hatred and healing at Ground Zero By Thomas Good / The Rag Blog / August 23, 2010 See photo gallery, Below. NEW YORK — Sunday was another rainy day in New York … finish reading Thomas Good : Hatred and Healing at Ground Zero

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Harry Targ : Religion, Politics, and War

Christians fight Muslims in illustration from medieval manuscript. Image from syllabus, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.Sanctioned by a wrathful God:Religion, politics, and war By Harry Targ / The Rag Blog / September 22, 2010 Childhood remembrances When I was a kid … finish reading Harry Targ : Religion, Politics, and War

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Matt Wuerker : This is Hallowed Ground

“This is hallowed ground.” Cartoon by Matt Wuerker / Cartoonist Group / Politico / Center for American Progress.Thanks to Thomas Cleaver / The Rag Blog

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The Many Faces of Terrorism

The Muslim Indian Emperor Akbar was a champion of religious dialogue and tolerance. During his reign the Inquisition was happening in the West. ‘If we rid ourselves of every vestige of racism then we are confronted by the fact that … finish reading The Many Faces of Terrorism

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