Sunday, March 04, 2007

Recommended Reading 1

Written by William Rees-Mogg, the biography at the site:

"William Rees-Mogg has had a distinguished career with The Times and The Sunday Times. He was Deputy Editor of The Sunday Times before becoming Editor of The Times in 1967, a position he held until 1981. He was made a life peer in 1988. Since 1992 he has been a columnist for The Times, writing on a variety of issues. He has also been chairman of the Broadcast Standards Council and British Arts Council"

Religion isn’t the sickness. It’s the cure-Comment-Columnists-William Rees-Mogg-TimesOnline

This was fascinating reading, be sure and read the comments as well as the blog. Very eye opening:

The Berkley Blog: Straining to remember the Bible

...And last but certainly not least, a friend of mine wrote this and naturally, because she's a friend I'm a wee bit biased about her cuz I think she's the bee's knees but I thought it was an exceptionally well written journalistic piece (much better than anything I write). Very informative and the topic was discussed from every possible perspective. Good job, Suzi!

When you click on the link, her column is to the right of her editor's column (and his column is worth the read too) and set a little lower on the page, look for Suzi Brozman:

COVER: The Carter Lexicon

Comments are welcome. J.

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