SBNR Daily 11-11-10: To The Beat Of Your Drum


Spiritual Songs And Stories For Children, Science Vs. Religion Controversy, Army Enlists First Sikh Since 1980s…

SBNR Daily 11-11-10: To The Beat Of Your Drum


The impact of our ‘spiritual life,’ after all, has to do with the spirit in which we approach people and events. That spirit displays itself as much in the moments of frustration as in the moments of inspiration. As we stew in reactive emotions, we are engaging in ‘spiritual practice,’ however unhelpful, which affects our presence to ourselves and others.

From: Wrestling with Grace:
A Spirituality for the Rough Edges of Daily Life

By Robert Corin Morris


1. Cathy Lynn Grossman: Spiritual Songs, Stories Bring The World To A Child’s Heart
“USA TODAY’s spirituality and religion reporter Cathy Lynn Grossman rounds up stories and songs from all over the world, designed to charm a child from any culture.”

2. Lauri Lebo: Louisiana Citizens Horrified That There’s Evolution In Science Books
“A group of Louisiana citizens, believed to be backed by the conservative Christian Louisiana Family Forum, are attacking the state’s proposed biology textbooks because, well, they teach too much evolution.”

3. Michael Zimmerman:
In The Creationist Universe, Religious Dogma Trumps Scientific Inquiry

“William Dembski, one of the main proponents of intelligent design, has recanted his scientific views in an attempt to keep his job…At issue were two of Dembski’s beliefs, as expressed in his latest book The End of Christianity and elsewhere: that the earth is 4.5 billion years old and the universe 14 billion years, and that Noah’s flood was regional rather than worldwide.”


1. The Globe And Mail:
Group Seeks To Enlist Internet Companies In Its Battle Against Anti-Semitism

“A coalition of politicians from around the world will gather in the United States next year in the hopes of convincing major Internet companies to play a bigger role in the fight against anti-Semitism and remove offensive material from their websites.”

2. The Philadelphia Inquirer: Local Black Clergy Unite To Fight HIV/AIDS
“More than 100 houses of worship have committed to raising the issue in some form over the next few weeks, organizers say.”

3. MSNBC/AP: Army Gets First Sikh Enlisted Soldier Since 1980s
“He says he’s eager to move on to training as a combat medic and defend his new homeland.”


“Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul”
~ Plato

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