Sunday, January 18, 2015


To the Moaning and the Groaning of the Bells!

The latest teapot the Religious Right has tempested in is the decision of Duke University (since reversed) to allow the Muslim call to prayer to be broadcast (at moderate amplification) from the bell tower of its chapel.

Done well, the adhān, or azān, is quite as beautiful as any Gregorian chant or rendition of Amazing Grace.

But Christian Privilege demands that it can't be done. For example, Albert Mohler said:
As I noted yesterday on The Briefing the real issue here is that Muslim students were given a religious accommodation that clearly wasn't available to other students – including evangelical Christians.
Really? As the L.A. Times noted, "The bells at the Neo-Gothic chapel ring twice on Sundays for Christian services." That isn't a call to prayers?

Oh, sorry, the wrong prayers!

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