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  • Religious Tolerance? – Dialectic Two-Step

    Religious Tolerance? Dialectic Two-Step

    Question: Is the idea of difference with mutual respect better than the idea of religious tolerance? Response: I think both ideas, in different contexts, offer... Read more

    The 13 September 2018 by   Andrew Furst
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  • Will Buddhism Become Outdated? – Modern Koans

    Will Buddhism Become Outdated? Modern Koans

    Question: Will Buddhism become outdated? Response: Of course, many will point out, the truth of impermanence tells us Buddhism will not last. Read more

    The 09 September 2018 by   Andrew Furst
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  • Senryu: From – Accepted for Publication

    Senryu: From Accepted Publication

    My senryu “From” was just accepted by Dime Show Review  It appeared on the website today and is a candidate for the print edition.  I’ll be sure to announce... Read more

    The 06 September 2018 by   Andrew Furst
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  • The Best Articles of August 2018 from Andrew Furst

    Best Articles August 2018 from Andrew Furst

    Here’s a selected list of what people were reading here on andrewfurst.net in August 2018: August by Mary Oliver – Compass Songs Did Religion Create Evil? Read more

    The 01 September 2018 by   Andrew Furst
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  • Southern Turn

    Southern Turn

    In America’s ever roving commercial eye, Día de Muertos has become an extension of Halloween. Retailers have realized that people will spend a lot on their fear... Read more

    The 17 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Binaries

    Binaries

    Inside, outside, upside-down. The more life moves toward binary code—what isn’t computerized these days?—the more scholars are moving away from simple binaries. Read more

    The 16 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Firestorms

    Firestorms

    Banned Book Week technically doesn’t start until the week after next, but I have a pathological fear of being late. I don’t know why. Read more

    The 15 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Jericho’s Folly

    Jericho’s Folly

    The sound was compellingly familiar although it had been years since I’d heard it. We were visiting the Quakertown farmer’s market for the first time—this... Read more

    The 14 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Museum Monsters

    Museum Monsters

    Timing has never been my strong suit. As soon as I stopped my daily commute to New York City, the Morgan Library and Museum opened a display titled “Medieval... Read more

    The 13 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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  • Scriptural Slashers

    Scriptural Slashers

    Let me relish this a moment.Thanks. You still there? It’s not too often, you see, that I get to feel like I’m near the front of the crowd. Read more

    The 12 September 2018 by   Steveawiggins
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