The sword of the religious warrior leaves a wide swath. The blog site: xanga, features an all-Christian blogging community that I refuse to market by mentioning, but it has the word "life" in it. One of my contentions is that xanga gets funding from public companies to run its engines. Are the company sponsors aware of the complete Christian domination and if they are aware--why so discriminatory with their funds? Also--wouldn't it be more appropriate for a public and publicly funded site to showcase all major religions,and the scientific community? Why isn't their a "life science" blogging community showcased or the "secular reasoning" section for people with inquiring minds instead of the blind leading the blind?
Stay tuned. I may decide to stop playing in xangaland. Although it is much more fun being the voice of reason in a sea of fumbling sheep. Checkout xanga. If you like its format, stay, but please be a presence of enlightenment and reason.
Plead for the needy! The needy scientifically minded, the needy woman, the needy man, the needy society that craves freedom!