What about the peaceful, warm, accepting, cross-legged men wearing funny, exotic robes?Read More
AP’s Kathy Matheson 1, conservative blogger Terry Mattingly 0.Read More
The idea of martyrdom hasn’t been in very good shape lately. One common usage of it—“I’ll not be made a martyr!”—refers to the prospect of somewhat tragic but mostly useless suffering, perhaps in the service of a delusional cause, religious or otherwise…Read More
In a manner of speaking.
The week in religion, freeze-dried and shrink-wrapped for the reader on the go.Read More
For Nobel laureate Suu Kyi, her years of house arrest have only deepened her Buddhist insight, and strengthened her commitment to a just society in Burma.Read More
On the final day of the Cornerstone Christian Music Festival our reporter locates the zine of “Punk Monks.”Read More
The strongest Tibetan response to China since 1959 and the media is only getting part of the story…Read More