Saturday, 4 September 2004

Saturday views

In the Guardian Madeleine Bunting - a former Religious Affairs correspondent - writes about Cummins & Co (We can no longer ignore Islamophobia, or the racism that fuels it)

The background to this is explained here or here.

Also, Colin Sedgwick writes that Evangelicals are strict, not stupid.

Locusts and wild honey are discussed by Christopher Howse in his weekly Telegraph column Sacred mysteries.

The Times has Stephen Plant writing in the Credo column that Christians were late converts to the joys of democracy. This is in the context of the Olympics in Athens and the Republican Convention in New York City.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Saturday, 4 September 2004 at 12:04 PM GMT | TrackBack
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