Behind the Ebola epidemic are issues of basic health care. Combating it involves fairly basic public health measures and education.
Peter Watson sketches in the lives and thoughts of an array of scientists, artists, and philosophers who offer ways to cope with the death of God.
Meeting with Sing Sing seminarians
In the context of a seminary class behind bars, Jesus' question to Simon is a probing and challenging one.
June Carbone and Naomi Cahn follow the life trajectories of two couples with much in common—but not marriage.
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One of the unanticipated pleasures of my recent trip to the middle of the Pacific Ocean was the complete absence of the Internet.Oh, the scenery was stunning, and the wildlife—particularly under the surface of the water—was an amazing riot of living beings. The food was delicious and very slightly overabundant.
The household I grew up in did not have a lot of rules. My parents were first-generation immigrants who worked 12 hours a day, six days a week. So even if we'd had a lot of rules, they would not have been home to enforce most of them.
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10 books that have "stayed" with me or have had a long lasting impact.
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