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Academics

 

Books

 

Cultural creators

 

Cultural detritus

 

Eco-stuff

 

Emergent

 

Folk music

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Good science

 

News blogs

 

Religious left

 

Religiously political

 

Science fiction / fantasy

 

Unitarian Universalism

7 thoughts on “Page of Blogs

  1. Dan

    Richard Rogders — Oops, all the visual blogs got left off. Thanks for noticing. Now they’re back.

  2. Dan

    mskitty — Oops again! You should have been on because you’re a commenter; now you’re added. (And I do stop by your blog, I just haven’t been moved to comment yet.)

  3. Martin Voelker

    Noticed you have a category for links called “religious tolerance”.
    Check out http://religioustolerance.org then, it’s hosted by a self described ‘lapsed UU’ in Toronto and I always go there to find out about other faiths and their doctrinal claims. Superb, in my opinion. Here’s their self description:
    This website is unlike almost all other religious sites:

    We acknowledge religious freedom, tolerance, and diversity as positive cultural values.

    We do not promote our own religious beliefs.  We can’t because we are a multi-faith group.  We try to explain the full diversity of religious belief in North America, from Asatru to Zoroastrianism, including Buddhism, Christianity, Confucianism, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism, Taoism, Wicca, other religious groups, and spiritual/ethical/secular groups.

    We try to describe all viewpoints on controversial religious topics objectively and fairly. We cover a broad range of topics, from whether women should have access to abortion to whether homosexuals and bisexuals should be given equal rights, including same-sex marriage, and dozens of other “hot” topics.

  4. Patrick Jordan

    Hello Dan and all,

    I feel as though I’m late to the party, although at the moment it is a smallish party. I’ve been a uU (typo intentional) for about twelve years. After the honeymoon I began to notice things that I was not comfortable with. For lack of a better term I’ll call it classism. Also I found an intolerance for alternate political beliefs. I profess to being an anarchist but see the need for laws to protect me in my beliefs. Just because it’s a law doesn’t mean it isn’t a good idea.

    I am working at the moment as a semi truck driver. I’ve worn many vocational hats throughout my life so this is just what I’m doing currently. I like this job because it gives me time to contemplate the meaning of existance and make judgements about the condition of society based on peoples driving skills, lack there of, or just the attention that they give to aiming several tons of metal at other people.

    One thing I don’t have is much time to sit at the computer to read and write. If I could install a keyboard in the steering wheel and still be a safe and observant driver, life would be grand.

    I just wanted to let you know I’m here and interested in the topics you’ve presented. I’m looking for ways to make practicle and apply the new principles to the communities that I inhabit. I’m a lay preacher and although my messages are well recieved it seems that no one wants to make the changes nessisary to effect the larger community.

    I have to run to Philly. I’ll come back when I can.

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