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Category Archives: Religion
After Paris: A World That Has Lost Its Ethical Direction & Spiritual Foundation and a Media that Cheerleads for Fear and Militarism
For many years, we at Tikkun and the Network of Spiritual Progressives have warned that the domination and power-over strategies to achieve “homeland security” have been tried for over 7,000 years and all they have produced is more wars and … Continue reading
As we watch millions of refugees struggling to survive, hundreds of thousands of them seeking refuge in a Europe which has by and large shut its doors to them, it is all too easy for those in the U.S. to … Continue reading
Another slaughter of men, women and children in the land of the Bible. Probably many have heard the voice of God demanding it. The Jewish Bible is in the Christian Bible. Intelligent understanding of sacred scripture might make it more … Continue reading
Hindus are concerned about the reported incidents of racist violence against people of Indian descent in the Ukraine.
A “Paki Papist”, and a “tribal…African chief” The racist comments of Church of England leaders revealed
With Ugandan born Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu set to be in the front running for the new Archbishop of Canterbury post, it has been revealed that white church elders have made racist comments in reference to Asian and … Continue reading
During the Easter break it seems relevant to discuss how the world’s major religious leaders and followers have let down humanity with their support of war, imperialism and mass murder in the name of a divinity which supposedly holds life … Continue reading
Hindus have criticised the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) for labeling the Hindu festival of Holi as a “filthy festival”.
We have just witnessed the annual birthday-highlighted betrayal of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., with clergy leading the way – a betrayal of what King taught and was dedicated to when he was assassinated, namely, exposing the US overseas … Continue reading
After months of political wrangling France banned the burqa and niqab yesterday making it illegal to wear these Islamic clothing in public places but the French government’s concern has nothing to do with the rights of Muslim women and more … Continue reading
Controversial pastor Terry Jones who caused an international outcry after vowing to burn copies of the Koran on the last anniversary of the September 11 attacks is set to speak at a English Defence League (EDL) rally next February in … Continue reading
In an interview to mark Black History Month Archbishop John Sentamu of York told young black people not to blame racism for their problems and criticised African nations for the role they have played in the underdevelopment of Africa; it … Continue reading
Belgium, France, Netherlands and Switzerland have all brought some form of legislation to outlaw the wearing of the Muslim burka and with Sky News reporting yesterday that 67% of Britons agree with a burka ban this controversial debate is set … Continue reading
Commons Speaker John Bercow caused controversy yesterday after refusing to appoint a candidate chosen by the Dean of Westminster Abbey for the role of Chaplain to the House of Commons, and choosing instead to appoint Rev Rose Hudson-Wilkin, a black … Continue reading
A black reverend who moved from Kenya to Britain in 1997 was a member of the BNP before he recently defected to the Christian Party indicating a disturbing trend of black religious leaders putting faith before race.
Hindus are upset over the depiction of their gods in “Hammer of the Gods” (Season 5, episode 19) in the “Supernatural” TV series reportedly aired on April 22, and say that such trivialisation of their sacred deities was disturbing.
Tantra is reportedly becoming quite popular in North America and Europe and Hindus are strongly critical of such self-styled “tantrics” who apparently think and describe of Tantra as just sex.
A committee of Belgian Lawmakers have voted to ban the wearing of burqas in public, but while some political commentators have argued that it is a women’s rights issue or an issue about keeping religion separate from society, one has … Continue reading
Only a few days after Reverend George Hargreaves, leader of the Christian Party debated BNP leader Nick Griffin in a live debate on Revelation TV, he has now shockingly stated that he would prefer a BNP win over Labour … Continue reading
The BNP plans to ban black churches in white areas if they win election seats according to its leader Nick Griffin on Revelation TV last night.
Black pastor Reverend George Hargreaves, leader of the Christian Party is to take on BNP leader Nick Griffin in a live debate to be televised on Revelation TV. Reverend George Hargreaves is standing against Nick Griffin in the coming General … Continue reading