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List of magazines:

  • MagazineCost has a list of religious magazines with links to companies which sell subscriptions at discount prices. See: http://www.magazinecost.com/

  • NetMagazines offers a "risk-free guarantee" for subscriptions to over 1000 magazines. Their religion section is at: http://www.netmagazines.com/

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  • The Baptist Joint Committee has a listing of resource materials available on the topics of religious freedom, separation of church and state, religion in the schools. They also advertise their biweekly Report from the Capital. See: http://www.erols.com/bjcpa/pubs/public.html

  • The Christian Herald is published by Alpha and Omega Christian Foundation, a Fundamentalist Christian group. They attempt to reconstruct the original Christian faith that they believe was practiced by, the early New Testament Churches. See: http://www.thechristianherald.info/

  • Cross Currents is a magazine which "has been covering the conversation taking place within various religious communities as people rethink their relationships with the environment. A whole new movement has emerged, connecting ecology with theology: ecotheology." Their web site is at: http://www.crosscurrents.org/nature.htm

  • God and Nature magazine is an quarterly online "literary resource for everyone who's ever been confused, conflicted, intrigued, or inspired by the intersection of science and faith."  See: http://godandnature.asa3.org/

  • God's Review is an interfaith magazine that reflects the religious diversity of Tasmania. It is available in hard copy and via downloadable PDF files from their website. See: http://www.godsreview.org/

  • Religion Link is a free, biweekly newsletter provided by the Religion Newswriters Association and its foundation. "Each edition contains story ideas about religion and public life, including sources, background and web links." See: http://www.religionwriters.com/

  • Research News & Opportunities in Science and Theology "is a monthly international newspaper reporting the latest research findings, funding opportunities, and interesting discussions on the relationship between religion, science, and health." See:  http://www.researchnews.org/

  • Spirit Talk is a weekly on-line "new spiritual / New Age magazine which contains feature articles on such topics as: Living Well and Staying Fit, Society At Large, Our Planet Earth, Inspired To Act (Inspirational, educational and informative pieces), Because its OK (Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender issues). They have daily, weekly, monthly and yearly subscriptions. See: http://www.spirittalk.com

  • Science & Spirit's "mission is to facilitate a rich and robust dialogue between the scientific and religious communities by forging a common vocabulary." Their goal is "a more integrated and balanced approach to complex social issues." See: http://www.science-spirit.org/

  • Sojourners describes themselves as: "...a Christian ministry whose mission is to proclaim and practice the biblical call to integrate spiritual renewal and social justice....In our lives and in our work, we seek to be guided by the biblical principles of justice, mercy, and humility." They distribute a free weekly newsletter via E-mail. See: http://www.sojo.net/

  • Zion's Herald has been published since 1823. "It embraces an ecumenical and interfaith perspective on religion and society. Hence, our mission is to provide a wide-ranging forum of opinion and reflection on issues pertinent to organized religion, to society and culture, and to individual spiritual development." See: http://www.zionsherald.org/

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Movies, documentaries, etc.:

  • DVD Ideas has is a DVD movie listing website. Last time we looked, they had sixty movies on the topic of religion. See: http://www.dvdideas.com/

  • Go-kart Films has released a DVD titled: "Experiencing the Soul: before birth, during life and after death." 18 of the world�s foremost spiritual leaders, teachers, and scientific researchers share the many ways we experience the soul. It includes interviews of The Dalai Lama, Elisabeth K�bler-Ross, Betty Eadie, Dannion Brinkley, Raymond Moody, Stephen Levine, Jean Houston, Sri Daya Mata, Sant Rajinder Singh, Joan Borysenko,Michael Grosso, Kenneth Ring, Anne Puryear, Sarah and Brent Hinze, Bill Giggenheim, Fred and Alan Wolf. See: http://www.maniacmerch.com/

  • Google Video is billed as: "the world's first open online video marketplace, where you can search for, watch and even buy an ever-growing collection of TV shows, movies, music videos, documentaries, personal productions and more." See http://video.google.com/ This web site is in beta testing as of 2006-JUN-21. A search for "religion" returned about 914 hits. Abortion 85. Homosexuality 43. Many films are donated to Google Video. They vary greatly in quality. Some are rather obviously vicious propaganda; others are quite humorous.

  • Freedom Writers is a very positive movie being made about a classroom of freshman high school students without hope, a maverick teacher who lost her temper one day, and a business person who invested in the class by funding their trip to Europe to visit Auschwitz, Sarajevo, Anne Frank's attic, and other conflict zones. A remarkable story. They are short of funding. See: http://www.littledust.com/

  • We Belong is a "short documentary video about two small town gay teens who had the courage to stand up to bigotry and discrimination in their schools, and the determination to tell their stories to the world." See: http://webelongthemovie.com/

  • Top Documentary Films (TDF) has a supply of documentary films that you can watch. Their religion section is at: http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/

  • See also our reviews of selected movies with a religious, spiritual, or cultural theme.
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