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“People have acquired a desire for technology that surpasses human comprehension. Yet the bill that has come due for that desire is all too dear.” So writes Japanese novelist, Kazumi Saeki, in the aftermath of the ongoing and unfolding tragedy in Japan.
In the face of natural disasters like the earthquakes in Haiti or Chile, what do the resources of world religions like Christianity have to offer? We have a few thoughts as well as practical suggestions on how to help the victims. Read more.
In an excellent editorial, Nicholas Kristof, points out that faith based orgainzations have once again taken the lead in relief efforts following the earthquake in Haiti, as they did in New Orleans, and are likely to do in Chile. Since the leader among these is World Vision, an offshoot of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, [...]