Saturday, 10 September 2005

columns this weekend

In The Times Jonathan Sacks has Tragedy unites us but blame divides, in the aftermath of disaster.

Ian Bradley writes in the Guardian Let’s hear it for the union (this is about Britishness) and Karen Armstrong writes about Old world order.

The Tablet has a very interesting report on an aspect of New Orleans not reported elsewhere in After the deluge by Nicole Pepinster Greene and and also an article about Christians, Muslims and Jews in London studying scriptures together, in Three in one by William Taylor.

Giles Fraser discusses The benefits of Babel in the Church Times.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 10 September 2005 at 11:31pm BST
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