Anglican, Culture, Ethics, Law, suffering

Online Reading (August 13, 2008)

Weirdness: the Telegraph reports thatAl-Queda in Iraq claims that women buying “suggestive vegetables” like cucumbers is un-Islamic.

Anglicanism: John Stackhouse speaks of the collapse of the world’s largest small group, the Anglican Church

Cultural Weirdness: A gust of wind caused an inflatable dog turd to wreak havoc in Switzerland.

Compassion?: The Unabomber claims that a museum made up of his cabin and materials has relevance for the privacy of his victim’s families. It might have helped their privacy had he not sent their loved ones bombs.


One thought on “Online Reading (August 13, 2008)

  1. Charles says:

    As for Anglicanism, the last two weeks Deb and I have attended services at St. John’s Shaughnessy Church in Vancouver. It is a breakaway Anglican church. For the first time I’ve been to a regular Anglican service where the church was full to overflowing… they had to bring in extra seats once people couldn’t squeeze into the pews anymore. It’s not a small church either.

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