Tag Archives: Karen Armstrong

Duck God or Rabbit God? Good Cause for War?

I liked this cartoon which seems to apply to much religious fundamentalism, especially in the light of religious scholar Karen Armstrong insights, who thinks that at the core of all major religions is the injunction of the Golden Rule to … Continue reading

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The Contagion of Sadness from Creating Reciprocity Blog

There is a great posting today on our fellow bloggers site Creating Reciprocity at: http://creatingreciprocity.wordpress.com/2012/02/19/the-contagion-of-sadness/ I strongly recommend you read it. I particularly liked these quotes from Karen Armstrong (whom I have previously posted about) in her 12 Steps to a … Continue reading

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Top Ten Recent Books that Throw Light on Conflict

Well I guess it is the time of year for book lists, though whether you want these as gifts…These are the books I have read this year that throw most light on conflict and on my particular focus these days: … Continue reading

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The Charter for Compassion: Karen Armstrong’s Use of her TED prize

The marvelous writer about religion and matters spiritual Karen Armstrong won a TED prize in 2008 and set out to use the money and the spotlight it gave her to create a Charter for Compassion to counter the effect of … Continue reading

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