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2002 Templeton Prize Winner: John Polkinghorne

A brief interview with 2002 Templeton Prize winner, John Polkinghorne.

2002 Templeton Prize Winner: John Polkinghorne

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Tibetan New Year

Losar, the Tibetan New Year, is celebrated with dancing and symbolism.

Tibetan New Year

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Islamic Finances

Devout Muslims often seek out financing compatible with shariah law.

Islamic Finances

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Business Ethics

What ethical lessons can be taken from the collapse of Enron?

Business Ethics

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Justice Scalia on the Death Penalty

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia is creating controversy over the death penalty.

Justice Scalia on the Death Penalty

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Right Not to Be Born

The French government has passed a bill clarifying that there is no right to not be born.

Right Not to Be Born

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The Legacy of Howard Thurman: Mystic and Theologian

People are rediscovering the importance of Howard Thurman in the Civil Rights movement.

The Legacy of Howard Thurman: Mystic and Theologian

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Drug Testing on Children

Do the benefits of enrolling children in clinical trials outweigh the risks?

Drug Testing on Children

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AIDS and the African American Church

If a pastor discusses safe sex, is it condoning behavior that the Bible forbids?

AIDS and the African American Church

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Nativity Scene Tradition

The holiday tradition of displaying scenes from Christ's birth is alive and well.

Nativity Scene Tradition

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Hanukkah

Hanukkah is a holiday celebrating the revolt of the Jews against the Syrians in Jerusalem.

Hanukkah

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Religion and the Brain

When a person has a religious experience, what happens within the brain?

Religion and the Brain

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Diwali

Diwali, the "festival of lights," marks the beginning of the new year.

Diwali

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Afghanistan's Refugees

People in Afghanistan desperately need help as they try to find a better quality of life.

Afghanistan's Refugees

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New York State of Mind

New Yorkers are finding different ways of coping with the tragic events of 9/11.

New York State of Mind

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Civil Liberties

How far is too far in regards to the invasion of privacy for the sake of safety?

Civil Liberties

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Sukkot 2001

Rabbi Kenneth Cohen of Bethesda, Maryland talks about the messages and meaning of Sukkot.

Sukkot 2001

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Prayer Service for Aid Workers in Afghanistan

A prayer service is held at the home church of two aid workers detained in Afghanistan.

Prayer Service for Aid Workers in Afghanistan

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Moral Implications of U.S. Anti-Terrorism Policies

R&E discusses the US response to the September 11th attacks with foreign policy experts.

Moral Implications of U.S. Anti-Terrorism Policies

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Military Chaplains

How did military chaplains help American troops prepare in the wake of September 11?

Military Chaplains

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Prayer with Cantor Abraham Lubin

The cantor leads the congregation in sung prayer, pleading for God's forgiveness.

Prayer with Cantor Abraham Lubin

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Religious Response to America's Tragedy

Can we forgive those responsible for the terrorist attacks on September 11?

Religious Response to America's Tragedy

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Religious Reaction to Terrorism

For many Americans, the most compelling response to the September 11 attacks was prayer.

Religious Reaction to Terrorism

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Palliative and Hospice Care for Dying Children

Doctors and families try to find the best way to relieve the suffering of dying children.

Palliative and Hospice Care for Dying Children

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