Mapping the Relevance of Religious History for Today

Anxious Bench | 7/23/2019 | Staff
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So it occurred to me that My Maps might also provide a unique way for people to experience the breadth and depth of our writing at The Anxious Bench. I went back through twelve months’ worth of AB posts — plus a few older highlights — and tried to map as many as possible.

Sometimes there was an obvious site to include: the statue of a Native American leader that John blogged about in a post on monuments and memory; the church in Vancouver that made Beth think about differences between Baptists in Canada and the United States; one of the government offices in Hong Kong where, as Melissa explained, protestors sang a Christian worship song. Others required a bit more imagination, and some posts simply don’t map neatly.

Year - Blogging

And again, it primarily reflects just one past year of blogging. So...
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