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LISTSERVS AND DISCUSSION GROUPS ON RELIGION

The following list of lists concerned with religion was developed using
the Wide Area Information Server (WAIS) at quake.think.com. Keyword searches
on the List of Lists from CICnet were done for religion and ideology,
producing the following listings.

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BELIEF-L: Personal Ideologies Discussion List

To subscribe to this list, send the command:
SUBSCRIBE BELIEF-L your_name

to [email protected], where "your_name" is your full name
(not your login Id).

Coordinator: "David B. O'Donnell"
_________________________________________________________________________
*
* BELIEF-L: Personal Ideologies Discussion List
*
* This list is designed to be a forum where personal ideologies can be
* discussed, examined, and analyzed. Topics for the list can range
* from "what is good" to "what happens after death" to "is there a
* god".
*
* This list is designed to be open to members of ALL religious and
* political faiths or non-faiths; we do not discriminate based on
* religion, race, gender, sexual preference, handicap, et cetera.
*
* The list is open for all discussion pertaining to ideological,
* religious, moral, and ethical topics. There are only four general
* rules:
*
* (1) Treat everyone's faith as if it were as sacred as your
* own. In fact, to be safe, treat their faiths BETTER
* than your own.
*
* (2) Excessively rude, obnoxious, or abusive posting will
* not be tolerated.
*
* (3) Personal attacks will NOT be tolerated. Take your
* fights to e-mail where they belong, NOT in public.
*
* (4) Due to the varied nature of computer systems, please
* take into account that not everyone has the time or
* disk space to read several thousand lines of BELIEF-L
* mail per day. If you have a large amount of material
* to send to the list, please do one or more of the
* following:
*
* [a] Announce that you have something you'd
* like to discuss, and solicit opinions from
* from the list as to whether it would be o.k.
* to bring it up.
*
* [b] Post in reasonably-sized "chunks" -- by my
* definition, in the range of 200 lines, once
* or twice a day at the most.
*
* [c] If you will be reposting or crossposting
* material from another source, announce that
* you have it, and offer to send copies to
* interested parties.
*
* The first "rule" is really a guideline. Proselytizing is OK, so long
* as you remember that you get what you dish out. With respect to the
* second rule, please remember that you are a professional, and
* professionals don't get abusive to others. If you violate the
* other rules, in the opinion of the List Owners, more than twice, you
* will be asked to stop. If you continue to be abusive, you will be
* removed from the list.
*
* *** NOTE ***
*
* By signing on to this list, you acknowledge your right to critically
* respond to other's ideologies; you also acknowledge that your own
* ideologies can be critically responded to. You agree to abide by the
* rules of the list, insofar as they are listed above, and may be added
* to in the future as need be. You acknowledge the right of the list
* owners to have you removed from the list if you fail to abide by the
* rules. Further, you agree that this list and all material herein is
* PRIVATE PROPERTY, and will not engage in cross-list or cross-person
* posting without prior permission, which will only be obtained
* publicly on the list.
*
* THE OPINIONS EXPRESSED ON THIS LIST DO NOT, UNLESS EXPLICITLY STATED,
* REFLECT THE OPINIONS OF THE UNITED STATES, THE UNIVERSITIES OR
* ORGANIZATIONS OF THE MEMBERS OF THIS LIST, AND ARE ONLY THE PERSONAL
* OPINIONS OF THE LIST MEMBERS. ANY LIABILITY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
* RESTS WITH THE INDIVIDUAL LIST MEMBERS.
*
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Orthodox [email protected]
Orthodox Christianity

Orthodox (Orthodox Christianity list) is
dedicated to the thoughtful exchange of
information regarding Orthodox Christianity
worldwide, especially its impact upon and
resurgence within Russia and her neighbors.
Orthodox is a moderated list with no gateways to
any other LISTSERV lists or Usenet newsgroups.
Orthodox is archived. To receive a list of
files available, send the command INDEX ORTHODOX
to the LISTSERV.


Commands to: [email protected]
Owner: John B Harlan

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HISTEC-L [email protected]
History of evangelical Christianity

HISTEC-L is a non-sectarian forum for
discussion, debate, and the exchange of
information by students and scholars of the
history of evangelical Christianity. It is not
a medium for proselytizing, and the advocacy or
disparagement of any faith or sect are not
welcome. Requests for SUBscription pass through
the list owner, and SEND and REVIEW commands are
restricted to list members. The command
language of HISTEC-L is English, but postings in
other languages are accepted.


Commands to: [email protected]
Owner: Daniel H. Bays

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Theology [email protected]
Eastern Orthodox Christianity discussion




Commands to: [email protected]
Owner:
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GLOBLX-L [email protected]
Global Christianity discussion




Commands to: [email protected]
Owner:

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soc.religion.christian

Christianity and related topics. (Moderated)
Comments to: Charles Hedrick [email protected]
Submissions to: [email protected]

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THEOLOGY
[Last Updated 12-October-1991]

Mailing list dedicated to the intellectual discussion of religion.
Intellectual is stressed as opposed to the "personal", the inspirational,
or evangelistic. This does not mean one cannot evangelize, but rather that
participants should persuade rather than brow-beat or attack those they
disagree with. Arguments are inevitable, but they ultimately should
resolve into mutual understanding or at least a truce.

What are the fit subjects? - the Cosmos is the limit; some might be:

World Religions - Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, Judaism
especially inter-religious dialogue.

Apologetics - How should a religious perspective operate in relation to
critical questioning? For example, can you prove God exists if evil
also does?

Conversion - By what means or methods should one faith seek to increase
its members? Or is this out-of-bounds in a pluralistic society?

Dogma - What are the basic tenets of a world religion? Are they
coherent? Should they be? What do they derive from, revelation or
something else?

Ethics - Should religious beliefs and values seek to get involved in
politics? Should an individual religious person seek to promote their
morals apart from their own religious communities?


Coordinator: Charley Earp

(BitNet)

---------------------------- interest-groups 19911013
CONTEX-L on [email protected]

CONTEX-L is an academic special interest group (also known as a
Listserv List) for all who are interested in the cross-disciplinary
analysis of ancient texts. This list provides a forum for the
scholarly, informal and polite discussion of the social worlds behind
and within the texts of antiquity, including those of the Hebrew
bible, early Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism and all the literature
associated with the Graeco-Roman world.

Any discussion which involves cross (inter/multi) disciplinary
modeling and analysis and attempts to move beyond *intuitive*
historical criticism is considered valid. Such methodologies include
and encompass social-scientific criticism, feminist hermeneutics,
sociological exegesis, social history, political science,
psychohistory, and anthropology (social, cultural, symbolic
linguistic...).

To subscribe send mail or an interactive message to [email protected]
on BITNET with the text containing the command --------
sub CONTEX-L firstname lastname
where firstname lastname is your own name (do not include id).

Any queries concerning CONTEX-l should be send to
Michael Strangelove <[email protected]> University of Ottawa


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Episcopal
Contact: dragon!digest (Cindy Smith)

Purpose: Episcopal Digest is a forum for Episcopalians as well as
members of the worldwide Anglican Catholic Communion who wish to
discuss matters pertaining to Christianity in general, Episcopal
Church matters in particular, and related topics. Discussions on
ecumenism are encouraged.





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