Posts Tagged ‘Tony Carnes’
Of heavenly birth was the measuring mind.
So said Dutch colonial founders, according to R. Scott Hanson’s new book City of Gods
How Flushing’s settlers planted seeds for our religious freedom
How we handle memories does a lot to determine who we are.
Down the beaten path to a mosque that pioneered the establishment of modern Islam in Queens.
Mousama’s simple but powerful prayer translated from Wusulu (a language spoken in the country of Mali and elsewhere).
Is religion the cradle of civilization?
I kept my faith in a little box apart from the rest of my life.
The 7 senses of the art of religion news in the digital age. Part 5