Wednesday, July 12, 2006

Bloggers weigh in about religious left

Your blogstress finds herself most indebted to Atrios of that pithy blog, Eschaton, for linking to her piece, A Canterbury Tale, at The American Prospect Online, in which she, once and for all, throws in the towel at the notion of a cohesive religious left.

At AmericaBlog, John Aravosis echoes your Webwench's sentiment. Posting in reponse to news of yet another gathering of liberal religious figures, Aravosis writes:

I'm not convinced the religious left will ever get its act together. They just don't seem to know politics, or public relations, nor are they angry enough to be inspired enough to make a difference (our guys, silly people that they are, actually buy into all that Biblical stuff about loving thy neighbor - the religious right, on the other hand, has ignored all the love in the Bible).

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