The following is a Letter to the Editor I submitted to the Quad City Times today in response to a vitriolic Op Ed piece in support of the Iowa legislature’s recent decision not to support the BDS movement: 255 more words
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A month ago, I was invited by UVI professor Dr. Davis-Kahina to lead a gathering for the University of the Virgin Islands community and the UVI-Center for the Study of Spirituality and Professionalism. 858 more words
By Martin Kidston/MISSOULA CURRENT
When residents in the Bitterroot Valley rallied to persuade Ravalli County commissioners to approve a letter opposing the resettlement of Syrian refugees in the surrounding areas, the wheels began turning at a synagogue back in Missoula. 276 more words
Source: National Geographic
By Gabe Bullard
As secularism grows, atheists and agnostics are trying to expand and diversify their ranks.
More people than ever before are identifying as atheist, agnostic, or otherwise nonreligious, with potentially world-changing effects. 141 more words
Last night I attended what was called the Faith in Action Summit put on by the Missoula Interfaith Collaborative (MIC). As our sangha’s representative with the MIC, and one of our faith leaders (as an ordained Order of Interbeing member), I was also asked to say a few words as part of this event. 741 more words
Whether Christian or Muslim, faith leaders agree that working as a careful steward of our planet is all part of God’s will.
That’s the message of faith and environmentalism that will be shared at 6:30 tonight at the Spirituality Center at Assisi Heights. 282 more words