Egypt in Crisis



The new Egypt holds an eclectic group of religious factions–and they’ve all got very different ideas about how the The new Egypt holds an eclectic group of religious factions–and they’ve all got very different ideas about how the young government should be run young government should be run.


Listen to Maureen’s Interview with Ed Husain.


Druids, Stonehenge, and the Winter Solstice



For Druids and other pagans, the winter solstice is one of the most sacred days of the year, a time to honor the mystery and power of the natural world.


Listen to Maureen’s interview with Arthur Uther Pendragon and John Michael Greer.


The Mayan Calendar – Time to Run for the Hills?



The short answer is, well, no. A scholar of indigenous religions introduces us to the Mayan calendar known as the “Long Count,” which will start itself over at the end of December. It was never intended to predict the end of the world–that part got tacked on later by Christian missionaries.

ON Interfaith Voices | December 18, 2012 | 12:00 pm

Egypt in Crisis

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Egypt in Crisis



The new Egypt holds an eclectic group of religious factions–and they’ve all got very different ideas about how the The new Egypt holds an eclectic group of religious factions–and they’ve all got very different ideas about how the young government should be run young government should be run.


Listen to Maureen’s Interview with Ed Husain.


Druids, Stonehenge, and the Winter Solstice



For Druids and other pagans, the winter solstice is one of the most sacred days of the year, a time to honor the mystery and power of the natural world.


Listen to Maureen’s interview with Arthur Uther Pendragon and John Michael Greer.


The Mayan Calendar – Time to Run for the Hills?



The short answer is, well, no. A scholar of indigenous religions introduces us to the Mayan calendar known as the “Long Count,” which will start itself over at the end of December. It was never intended to predict the end of the world–that part got tacked on later by Christian missionaries.

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