The Net Gets Religion

Tuesday January 18 by Claudia bourneStandard
Just when you thought there was nothing left to monetize, a new Internet upstart finds God. Founded by two magazine veterans, offers news, discussion groups and other features that cater to a variety of faiths, from Bahaism to Zoroastrianism. The New York-based online magazine has assembled an impressive range of voices including a seminary priest, a lama, a Hindu and a pagan priestess to contribute articles on topics like the Internet's effect on a person's relationship with God and tactics for helping interfaith marriages thrive.

<< Reply | none >>


Bad Mode

© copyright 2001-2006, created by Omniseek.