Monthly Archives: March 2010
I’ve been trying to coax Ronald Moore, who is the producer of both Battlestar Galactica and Caprica, to come to our November meeting and talk about it. So far, no success (but he hasn’t turned us down yet!). In any … Continue reading
For those of you who are new to blogging, you might find the Social Science Research Council‘s recent report on the “the religion blogosphere” an interesting resource. The report, available both as a website and in .pdf form, includes a … Continue reading
Here’s a conference, being held April 11-13 in Rochester, NY, that some of you might be interested in. It’s focused on interfaith understanding, and is full of creative interaction through art and music-based events.
The board of the REA/APRRE just concluded our annual working retreat, and we held it in the same hotel in which we’ll be meeting in November, the Denver Renaissance. I’m happy to report that it’s a very comfortable hotel, and … Continue reading
A set of numbers seeking to describe the ‘net these days. (Hat tip to FreeRangeLearning)
The Interfaith Youth Core has started to put together a weekly digest of news which might be of interest to interfaith learners — it’s definitely worth checking out!