Saturday, 7 January 2006

from the Saturday papers

In The Times Jonathan Sacks writes about daily prayer: Prayers from the past and present can shape our world of the future.

Christopher Howse writes in the Telegraph about Manger, wine and water.

The Guardian again has multiple items on religion:
Face to Faith is written by an Anglican priest, Ruth Scott, in which she talks about a “safe distance”.
The Essay slot has an article by Ian Buruma titled Cross Purposes in which he suggests that Conflicting views about religion threaten to divide Europe from the US.
And Madeleine Bunting has a very critical review of the forthcoming TV programmes about religion by Richard Dawkins in No wonder atheists are angry: they seem ready to believe anything.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 7 January 2006 at 11:01am GMT
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