Friday, 18 March 2011
People need to bookmark things on delicious.com with the tag "metareligionrap". If no-one is doing that, then no posts will show up except the blogposts from the blog itself.
I could change the delicious tag to "religion", but there's no quality control if I do that.
Tuesday, 13 January 2009
- Liz Dyer (Christian) of Grace Rules on Dreaming Quantum Dreams
- Jarred Harris (Pagan/Vanic Witch) of The Musings of a Confused Man on Faith, Reason, and Unreason
- Steve Hayes (Orthodox Christian) of Notes from underground on Reality isn't what it used to be
- K.W. Leslie (Christian/Pentecostal/Assemblies of God) of The Evening of Kent on How I taught science instead of "Christian" science.
- Matt Stone (evangelical Christian) of Glocal Christianity on Is Evolution Atheistic?
- Fr Ted (Orthodox Christian) of Fr Ted's blog on Post-modernism: A Challenge to Science?
Thursday, 9 October 2008
- J. R. Miller (Christian) of More Than Cake on A Christian Approach to Interfaith Dialogue
- Liz Dyer (Christian) of Grace Rules on Interreligious Dialogue: Risky Business
- K.W. Leslie (Christian / Pentecostal / Assemblies of God) of The Evening of Kent on Gathering with the pagans
- Matt Stone (Christian) of Glocal Christianity on Is Interfaith Interfaith enough?
- Steve Hayes (Christian Orthodox) of Notes from underground on Interreligious dialogue and of Khanya on Matters arising
- Phil Wyman (Christian) of Square No More on A Christian Presenter at Pagan Pride!?
- Beth Patterson (Liberal Christian with Celtic undertones) of Virtual Tea House on Same Stove, Different Teapots
- Yvonne Aburrow (Wiccan Unitarian) of the dance of the elements on Only connect
- Jarred (Pagan/Vanic Witch) of The Musings of a Confused Man on Interfaith relationships
- Andii Bowsher (Christian) of Nouslife on More tea Wicca?
Tuesday, 7 October 2008
If you would like to take part, please post the following information in the comments:
Once your post is up and you know the URL, please post the information in the following format:
NA Poster's name
BL Poster's blog name
TI Title of your post
URL Url of your post
REL Your religious background
EM Your e-mail address
Here's the template:
Please DO NOT add colons to the field labels!
The field names above should be followed by a SPACE, and then whatever you type.
Wednesday, 24 September 2008
We have also started a Yahoo group, Religionrap, for discussing religion and spirituality. In the future we aim to do some synchroblogging.
How to contribute
MetaReligion will work in a similar way to MetaPagan and QuakerQuaker. All you have to do is post your blogpost (or someone else's) to delicious or magnolia using our special tag, metareligionrap, and it will automatically be pulled into the feed. It would also be useful if you tagged it with the name(s) of the religion(s) that the post is about, and the topic.
EtiquetteThis is a place for discussing different religious beliefs and practices.
It is intended for friendly discussion to enable people to learn about religions other than their own. It is not for polemics or proselytising.
The best way to achieve this is to try, where possible,to confine yourself to explaining your own religion and beliefs (or lack of them). One of the main things to be avoided is telling other people what they believe, since they can speak for themselves and explain their own beliefs.
Creating an entry on delicious or magnolia
The description of your delicious or magnolia post should be [blogpost-name] « [blog-name], e.g. "Pagan Theodicy and the Book of Job « QuakerPagan Reflections". The tags must include metareligionrap for it to show up on our feeds.
The notes section of your post should be quite short -
- either a summary of the blogpost, e.g. "A meditation on the book of Job by a QuakerPagan"
- or a juicy quote from it, e.g. "After years of struggle to find a way to relate to the numen of the world, in a society that recognized only omnipotent monotheism as a legitimate religious possibility, I finally encountered Pagan expressions of love for the sacred, and a way forward. I found a way to embrace the gods--not omnipotent, not omniscient, and not moral absolutes of goodness, either; rather, beings that are good as existence is good, as a waterfall or a rock or a star is good."