Monday, August 9, 2010

An Open Letter to Anne Rice

My open letter to Anne Rice, an essay on the church, its flaws, and why you can't be a Jesus-person alone in a corner, is up at the Episcopal Café.

Feel free to circulate prn.

Cross-posted on Facebook.

6 comments:

Algernon said...

It is very nice, and I hope you don't mind my posting a Zen-Boody response to it on my own blog.

Jane R said...

Oh, lovely, lovely, Algernon. A fine Dharma lesson. Thank you. I will refer people to your blog. (I am thinking of a friend of mine who has a serious sitting practice but shies away from Sangha.)

I am going to post a link on Facebook.

Hannah said...

This is Hannah Bevills, Editor for Christian.com which is a social network made specifically for Christians, by Christians, to directly fulfill Christian's needs. We embarked on this endeavor to offer the ENTIRE christian community an outlet to join together as one (no matter denomination) and better spread the good word of Christianity. Christian.com has many great features aside from the obvious like christian TV, prayer request or even find a church/receive advice. We have emailed you because we have interest in collaborating with you and your blog to help us spread the good word. I look forward to an email regarding the matter, Thanks!

God Bless
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hannah.bevills@gmail.com

davebuehlerphd@gmail.com said...

THANK YOU for your thoughtful reflections on Ann's grand gestures!

I think you are saying just what we need to hear...although I sure do groove on the new cybermonasticism at Virtual Abbey and the like!

Yr. Obdt. Svt.,

David A. Buehler + Providence College

Anonymous said...

Thank you for writing this response!

Jane R said...

Dear Fr. Buehler, thank you for writing. I'm all for cyber-spirituality when it fosters community or helps solitary prayer. Blessings!

Dear Ms. Bevills, this blog does not support commercial ventures of any kind, even Christian ones. I wish you the best in your efforts and will be happy to visit your site when I have a chance to acquaint myself with it.

Anonymous, you are very welcome.