Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Tsunami & Religious Outlook in Southeast Asia

The recent hard copy of Newsweek has insightful coverage on the Tsunami. In addition to the tragedy, Kenneth L. Woodward with Sudip Mazumdar in Delhi look at the religious outlook in Southeast Asia. I can't find Woodward's and Mazumdar's printed piece online but you can see a five minute video of Woodward talking about the way Hindus, Buddhists, Muslims, Jews, and Christians are viewing this tragedgy.

MSNBC video of Kenneth L. Woodward on religious views of the Tsunami -- scroll down in the middle of the story and look for "Faith and Catastrophe."

1 Comments:

At 7:52 AM, Blogger Keith Brenton said...

Greg, I think the article you're talking about is Countless Souls Cry Out to God. It is insightful, recounting ways that Hindus, Buddhists and Christians view the disaster.

 

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