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February 01, 2014 By: Theoblogical Category: Occupy Theology, OWS

“Where are or where should we theologians be?” http://theologysalon.org/  Read about this inOccupy Religion: Theology of the Multitude by Joerg Rieger and Kwok Pulan

Occupy Religion: Theology of the Multitude Religion in the Modern World eBook: Joerg Rieger, Kwok Pui-lan: Kindle Store

January 15, 2014 By: Theoblogical Category: Media, Occupy Theology, OWS, Theoblogical

Occupy Religion: Theology of the Multitude Religion in the Modern World

http://www.amazon.com/Occupy-Religion-Theology-Multitude-Modern-ebook/dp/B009L92XF6/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&sr=&qid=

Just downloaded the Sample,  and probably after that ,  the Kindle of the book.  Hope I can contact this guy and do a Hangout,  as well as with @nathanairplane (Nathan Schneider) of ”
Thank You, Anarchy: Notes from the Occupy Apocalypse”

No Revolution Without Religion via @KtBuddha @nathanairplane

November 24, 2013 By: Theoblogical Category: Occupy Theology, OWS


Since I’m reading Nathan Schneider’s Thank You Anarchy,  I found a couple articles on the close relationship between Occupy and Religion (how the strengths of each are modeled by the other, to put it one way)

NO REVOLUTION WITHOUT RELIGION

and:

How Occupy Wall Street got religion

A couple presentations on the politics & spirituality of Anarchism

November 20, 2013 By: Theoblogical Category: Occupy Theology, OWS

#OWS and Anarchism: http://youtu.be/4Cq9R4Lqr1o w/ @Mark__Bray (Translating Anarchy) & Nathan Schneider @nathanairplane (Thank You, Anarchy)

Krugman: There Is No “True” Unemployment Rate

July 14, 2013 By: Theoblogical Category: Occupy Theology, OWS

This is such a spot-on observation/consideration by Krugman:

What about being able to find work? Suppose you have an expensively acquired degree, and the only jobs out there are part-time gigs at minimum wage. You might not take those jobs; in that case, is it really true that you can’t find work? Alternatively, you might indeed take such a job; is it really right in that case to say that you did find work?

via There Is No “True” Unemployment Rate – NYTimes.com.