Dick Ostling, a friend of many folks involved with CREO, who eventually went on to become the religion editor for Time magazine has invited folks to partici-pate in a new interfaith blog and invites questions.

Forsaking lazy retirement mode I am about to launch a new “Religion Q and A” blog for patheos.com, probably the most important interfaith site on the Internet.
Most features on Patheos are opinionated, faith-specific (Buddhist, Catholic, Pagan), or treat specif-ics (Science and Religion), whereas mine will be non-partisan and journalistic in approach and cover wide-ranging topics. (They tossed this into their Evangelical Channel temporarily but that misnomer will be changed.)

We’ll be asking folks in cyberspace to send in questions regarding any and all faiths, any Scriptures, current church-state and religion-politics issues, moral quandaries and other such puzzlements and curi-osities. If I’m able, I’ll post an answer with others then welcome to add comments.

To get this thing launched I need savvy folks to start providing some interesting questions for me to try to answer. If willing, would you, and contacts in your circle of friends who’d be interested in this, send in questions that I’ll consider for the first postings on the site?
Simply go to http://www.patheos.com/blogs/religionqanda/

On the right-hand side type in your question and click “Send” which transmits it to me to consider for a posted answer. Many thanks for considering participation. Submitted by Dick Ostling,

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