Nominees of the Day: Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy

2010 Canadian Weblog Awards NomineeToday's 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards nominees of the day are from Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy.

Neil Kramer wrote about the Canadian Weblog Awards a couple of weeks ago, and he summed up the Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy category quite nicely:

[The Canadian Weblog Awards don't] divide the religious, the secular, and the new age into three categories. [They look] inward — at the common attitudes and interests of these seemingly disparate individuals – and [put] them all in one category. Those who write about Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy — the religious Jew, the religious Muslim, the vehement atheist, the philosphy professor, and the New Age guru — might all disagree with each other, even hate each other, but in reality, they ponder the same BIG issues – life, death, and ethics.

Take a look through Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy's weblogs and leave a comment to let them know you came by:
Clarion: Journal of Spirituality and Justice
The Eagle & Child
JordonCooper.com
randallfriesen.com
Whatever He Says
White Hot Truth

Do you know of an excellent Canadian weblog that fits into this category? Nominate it in the Religion, Spirituality, & Philosophy category of the 2010 Canadian Weblog Awards!

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