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Genetic Enhancement
August 17, 2007
Genetic Enhancement
Parents want to give their children every advantage in life and they also want do whatever possible to make their children healthy. But what about going beyond opportunities and health to genetic enhancement? Science is opening that door in a big way, and many ethicists debate where the line between ...
August 17, 2007
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South Korean Missionaries
August 10, 2007
South Korean Missionaries
In reaction to the kidnapping of South Korean church members, Christian groups there are scaling back operations in dangerous parts of the world. It's a significant decision considering South Korean churches send out about 17,000 members on missions each year. As a result, there has been a phenomenal growth and political activism of Christianity in South Korea.
August 10, 2007
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Religion and the Simpsons
July 27, 2007
Religion and the Simpsons
"The Simpsons is not a show about religion, but it’s about a family in which religion plays a part, and in that sense it’s really reflective of what most Americans do and feel about religion," says Mark Pinsky, author of "The Gospel According to The Simpsons."
July 27, 2007
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Exonerated Prisoners
July 27, 2007
Exonerated Prisoners
There are more than two million people serving hard time in America's state and federal prisons. However, this number includes those who are wrongfully convicted and sent to prison for crimes they did not commit. When, and if, they are found to be innocent, they often don't receive adequate ...
July 27, 2007
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Missionary Doctor Mark Jacobson
July 20, 2007
Missionary Doctor Mark Jacobson
For many physicians, there's uncertainty about when or whether they should pray with their patients, but Mark Jacobson says it would be malpractice not to. Dr. Jacobson is a member of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America and he's been treating Africans in Tanzania for 22 years.
July 20, 2007
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Green House Nursing Homes
July 20, 2007
Green House Nursing Homes
There's a hopeful new development on the nursing home scene. Investors, among them faith-based groups, are building and staffing small cottages in which those needing long-term care can get personal attention and find a degree of independence that's not possible in most larger institutions. Bob Faw of NBC News has our report.
July 20, 2007
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Buddhist Ash Interment
July 20, 2007
Buddhist Ash Interment
A segment about the Chinese Buddhist tradition of honoring deceased family members at the place where their ashes are interred. Harry Leong of New York City was our guide as he and his mother remembered his late father at the Chuang Yen monastery in Carmel, New York.
July 20, 2007
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God Not Guns
July 13, 2007
God Not Guns
Few issues touch a raw nerve in American politics like gun control. But often the issue is not far below the surface in worship communities, particularly those frequently hit by gun violence.
July 13, 2007
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Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor
July 13, 2007
Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor

FRED DE SAM LAZARO, guest anchor: Now, a special report about a woman named Eva Kor. She’s a real estate broker in Terre Haute, Indiana, but her story is one of unthinkable loss and suffering as a child at the … More

July 13, 2007
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Latin Mass
July 6, 2007
Latin Mass
Catholics of a certain age grew up hearing the Mass only in Latin. But since the 1960s, priests have been allowed to say the Mass in Latin only with the permission of their bishop. The Vatican is now loosening those restrictions, so the Latin Mass may soon become more widely available.
July 6, 2007
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Advertising Ethics
June 22, 2007
Advertising Ethics
The messages of the advertising business help sell billions of dollars worth of products. But do they also coarsen American culture? And if so, who's to blame -- the ad agencies or us consumers?
June 22, 2007
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U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black
June 22, 2007
U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black
For more than 200 years there has been a chaplain in both the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate.The current Senate chaplain is the Reverend Barry Black, the first African American and the first Seventh-day Adventist in the position. Kim Lawton reports.
June 22, 2007
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