Some students at Yale have created a most unusual music video, starring Martin Luther. Click here to see it.
Month – October 2008
I just got this e-mail from Charisma Magazine founder Steve Strang. As Election Day nears, he’s not praying ‘Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done.’ He’s asked God “for a miracle to see John McCain get elected.”
I found this news nugget on the Kansas City Star’s website. See if you can spot the mathematical malfunction: Obama, McCain: election will turn on turnout, new poll says With less than a week to go before the vote, Barack Obama has either a 3 percent or 7 percent margin on John McCain, a new […]
When Presiding Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori talks about the ongoing schism in the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Communion, she often downplays it’s size and significance. “A handful of our church leaders are still upset” she told a Vermont audience in Sep. 2007. A “handful of primates” oppose the Episcopal Church’s positions on homosexuality, she […]
Ouch! Elizabeth Dole is accusing her opponent, Kay Hagan of conspiring with ‘Godless Americans’ and using “Godless money’ to win Dole’s seat in the U.S. Senate.
NBC News, I think, has the best election team on television, but they’re wrong about the nation’s religious demographics. Here’s what he said today on First Read: A brand-new NBC/WSJ/MySpace poll illustrates not only McCain’s challenge come Election Day, but also the challenge the Republican Party could face in future elections. In the poll, Obama […]
The Pulitzer-prize winning, but financially unprofitable newspaper, will stick to the Internet, except for a weekend edition. It’s hard to imagine a paper more suited for online only editions. The Monitor has done some extraordinary journalism, but it’s circulation has plummeted. It has no natural subscription base in Boston, where it’s based, and most people […]
The church’s founder, Robert H. Schuller, has sacked his own son, Robert A. Schuller, due to what is described as a “lack of shared vision.” The L.A. Times has plenty of details in this morning’s paper. Church members, apparently, aren’t being given many details. Even the church spokesman says he’s in the dark about the […]
The question has never been whether most Jews will vote for Barack Obama. The question has been will enough Jews support Obama to really help him, particularly in Florida.
Weeks after being deposed by liberal Episcopal presiding bishop Katharine Jefferts-Schori, conservative bishop Robert Duncan has met with the Archbishop of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace in London, Episcopal News Service is reporting. (Click here to read all about it.) Many Anglican primates have come out in support of Duncan.