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J Street On Israel’s Bloody Defense of Gaza Blockade

“J Street is deeply shocked and saddened by reports that at least 10 civilians have been killed and dozens more wounded (including Israeli soldiers) this morning as Israel intercepted a naval convoy bringing humanitarian supplies and construction materials to the Gaza Strip.”  For the full statement from this progressive, Jewish organization deploring Israel’s action that […]


Movie Review: Star Wars, Episode III

Is This Star Wars The One? “Star Wars, Episode III, The Revenge of the Sith” may well be the ultimate in the George Lucas series, as it continues to pioneer a new art form: spirituality fiction. Some have compared the sixth and final episode to Shakespeare. No way. For all its battle scenes, its vision […]


Homosexuality and the Bible

Homosexuality and the Bible: The Debate Continues More than ten years after their historic encounter, the issues raised by Walter Wink and Ulrich Mauser on these pages continue to preoccupy religious communities and denominations around the world.


The Internet as a Metaphor for God

The Internet As A Metaphor For God A few years ago, I began thinking that the world wide web is a kind of metaphor for the divine, connecting, as it does, so many diverse and different things together. Hence the new title for this homepage, GodWeb. God is not only on the web, God is […]


Bill Gates Comes to Christ

Breaking News — Bill Gates Encounters God Not since the conversion of the Emperor Constantine has one man’s discovery of God had greater consequences. Read all about it!


Britney Spears as Pop Culture Icon

Britney Spears Mixes Sex and Spirit Like her mentor and sometime idol, Madonna, Britney Spears has risen to stardom on a not too subtle appeal to two characteristics that some people think of as opposites: sexuality and spirituality. Read more.


Movie Review: Lord of the Rings

The Lord of the Rings As A Christian Classic R. R. Tolkien wanted to create a literature in which Christianity was implied rather than imposed, suggested rather than preached. He saw the need for speaking truth in fresh, new forms, accessible to those who are put off by official church dogma. In the Rings trilogy, […]