SBNR Daily 11-16-10: Hallelujah


Churches Flock To Cyberspace, Germany Suffers From “Too Little Christianity”, Muslims Perform Annual Hajj Pilgrimage…

SBNR Daily 11-16-10: Hallelujah


I believe that we each agree to the terms of our Contract before entering the physical realm of this world.

From: Sacred Contracts:
Awakening Your Divine Potential

By Caroline Myss


1. The Ottawa Citizen: Question: Why Do You Think Authors Like Eckhart Tolle And Rhonda Byrne Sell So Many Millions Of Books And Have Such A Devoted Following? “Various religious scholars respond to the aforementioned question.”

2. Meg Gatza: A Theology Of Disbelief: Women, Religion, And Atheism
“About two weeks ago, the Ms. magazine blog posted a piece asking ”Will ‘New Atheism’ Make Room for Women?” It’s an interesting question because it shouldn’t be a question in the first.”

3. Cillian Donnelly: God Or No God, Freedom Is Freedom
“…we must content that religion constitutes a legitimate part of the philosophical make-up of the European Union. It can be opposed; but it cannot be dismissed.”


1. Reuters: Merkel: Germany Doesn’t Have “Too Much Islam” But “Too Little Christianity”
“Chancellor Angela Merkel urged Germans debating Muslim integration to stand up more for Christian values, saying Monday the country suffered not from ‘too much Islam’ but ‘too little Christianity.’ “

2. USA Today: Muslims On Hajj In Saudi Arabia Ascend Holy Mount
“Nearly 3 million Muslims performing the annual hajj pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia climbed the rocky desert Mount Arafat on Monday, chanting that they have come to answer God’s call.”

3. The Dallas Morning News:
Dallas-Area Churches Are Tending To Their Flocks The New-Media Way
“Gradually, churches, synagogues and mosques have planted their flags in cyberspace, with profile pages teasing upcoming or past sermons, noting meetings and special events, culling for volunteers or posting a verse of the day.”


“You say I took the name in vain
I don’t even know the name
But if I did, well really, what’s it to you?”

~ Leonard Cohen

Jeff Buckley’s “Hallelujah” :


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