Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Blogwarriors: Transformers Edition

I don't know about you, but next week on July 4th, the day commemorating the birth of America, I will be in an air conditioned theater watching giant robots who can change into various forms of transportation battle to determine the fate of humanity. If you do not know what I'm referring to, watch this and read this. Like the Transformers, Baha'is are also "more than meets the eye". Though appearing to be simply cute and cuddly, koala-like religious people, we are actually a revolutionary force for global transformation. I may just continue the tradition on this blog of providing theological analysis of Hollywood blockbusters when The Transformers Movie comes out next week, but we will see what happens. In the mean time, enjoy some choice Baha'i blogging from the past couple of weeks.

Baha'i Epistolary Blog gets its verse on with a poem

History repeats itself as yet another small religious community strides toward freedom in the Land of Egypt. Baha'i Faith in Egypt has the latest

A band of Baha'i bloggers converge coincidentally in Geneva

Doberman Pizza feels the power of God's Word

Los Angelista, Depeche Mode Lover, is a survivor

Love From Leila chronicles her first baseball game

The incomparable Phyllis Ring talks about her father

New blogger on the block, Pearl Bearer is excited about children's education

Seven Candles is headed for the Live Earth concert

The Struggle Within once again sends a heat-seeking missile into the heart of white supremacy

Coming Soon on Baha'i Thought: Baha'u'llah and the Black Elite