This is bizarre. A Turkish reality TV show will be pitting a Greek Orthodox priest, a rabbi, an imam and a Buddhist monk to see who can convert the most atheists to their respective religions. There’s no word about what will happen if the religious guys lose their faith. Thanks, boingboing!
Tag Archives: other religions
How do we deal with adherents of other religions?
Adam Walker-Cleaveland of pomomusings has been running a series of posts called ‘Plurality 2.0.’ Each post has been contrinuted by a guest author. I’ll admit that I haven’t really followed the series, but I was struck by a comment made by the most recent contributor, Brian McLaren: Of course there’s a place and time forContinue reading “How do we deal with adherents of other religions?”
Salvation and other religions
There’s been an interesting discussion going on lately over at TCSpeak, the blog of our Territorial Commander, Jim Knaggs. The discussion has little to do with the blog post, but a frequent contributor makes an odd observation. Dave writes: According to Billy Graham, people of all faiths, or of no faith, may end up inContinue reading “Salvation and other religions”