Monthly Archives: March 2009

GodsBigBlog: John Donne — A Seventeenth Century Priest and Poet Explodes into the Twenty-First Century

I was twenty years old and I was in love. The object of my affection? A man three hundred years dead: a seventeenth century poet and a man of passion, John Donne. It turns out that John Adams, the composer, and Robert Oppenheimer, the theoretical physicist, shared my enthusiasm for Donne and his sonnet, “Batter My Heart.”

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GodsBigBlog: Muslim Women Are Doing Well in America

Muslim women in America are doing pretty well. According to a newly released Gallup Poll, female American Muslims are more likely than their male counterparts to have college and post-graduate degrees. Not only that, their level of education is higher

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