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Churches in Pubs
February 20, 2015
Churches in Pubs
Rev. Phillip Heinze says when he realized that for some people the most difficult thing is walking through the doors of a church, he decided to “try a new church in a place that’s not so scary."
February 20, 2015
07:18
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Church Economics Prize; Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; Preparing for Losar
February 13, 2015
Church Economics Prize; Rabbi Jonathan Sacks; Preparing for Losar
A United Methodist church in Brooklyn offers an award for the best explanation of why the U.S. economy is doing so poorly; Britain's former chief rabbi leads a global effort against religious extremism and violence; and Tibetan Buddhists make their spiritual preparations for the new year, the Year ...
February 13, 2015
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Church Economics Prize
February 13, 2015
Church Economics Prize
"To me, the idea of a church offering an economic well-being award makes perfect sense," says Bay Ridge United Methodist Church pastor Robert Emerick. The idea of offering a prize for the best explanation about why the economy is doing so poorly compared to a generation ago started when Rev. Emerick ...
February 13, 2015
08:27
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Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
February 13, 2015
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks
"There’s no quick fix here. You don’t suddenly turn radicals into moderates. You have to educate a generation."
February 13, 2015
04:32
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Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Extended Interview
February 13, 2015
Rabbi Jonathan Sacks Extended Interview
"We have to go back to the 17th century and ask what healed all that harm? And of course the simple answer is that what wins wars is weapons but what wins peace is ideas."
February 13, 2015
04:32
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Preparing for Losar
February 13, 2015
Preparing for Losar
Sharing a special meal and performing rituals of spiritual cleansing help Tibetan Buddhists get ready for the upcoming new year.
February 13, 2015
02:59
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Vaccination Debate; Inoculation Ethics; Homeless Female Veterans
February 6, 2015
Vaccination Debate; Inoculation Ethics; Homeless Female Veterans
A conversation about the US measles outbreak; parents who refuse to vaccinate their children based on personal beliefs; and an organization called Final Salute that meets the needs of homeless women veterans and their children.
February 6, 2015
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Vaccination Debate
February 6, 2015
Vaccination Debate
“There’s really no widespread religious objection to the [measles] vaccine…It’s that I have a belief that these vaccines are harmful, or that they don’t work, or I don’t believe that somebody else should be telling me how to raise my kids,” says Religion News Service editor-in-chief ...
February 6, 2015
03:01
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Inoculation Ethics
February 6, 2015
Inoculation Ethics
In most states, parents can choose not to vaccinate their children based on a personal or religious objection. It's a choice that has begun raising concerns about the ethics of refusal and the rising risk of outbreaks.
February 6, 2015
07:36
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Homeless Female Veterans
February 6, 2015
Homeless Female Veterans
"We are still not getting it as a country, and we’re making a poor effort as a society to take care of all our veterans…We can liberate other countries and clear up their natural disasters. Women veterans are now America’s natural disaster," says Final Salute founder Jaspen Boothe.
February 6, 2015
07:31
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National Prayer Breakfast
February 6, 2015
National Prayer Breakfast
People from many faiths gathered in Washington for the 63rd annual National Prayer Breakfast, including the Dalai Lama. One major theme this year was fighting religious extremism, which President Obama said "is not unique to one group or one religion."
February 6, 2015
01:50
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Science for Seminaries; India’s Slum Dwellers; Thomas Merton
January 30, 2015
Science for Seminaries; India’s Slum Dwellers; Thomas Merton
A new program encourages seminaries and divinity schools to teach more science; a community organizer helps improve living conditions for the very poor in India’s sprawling slums and around the world; a famous Trappist monk, poet, activist, contemplative, and prolific writer would have been 100 ...
January 30, 2015
25:46
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