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Saturday, 27 June 2015 |

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(RNS) They hailed the Supreme Court's decision as righteous and holy. They deplored it as an affront to God. Religious leaders around the world reacted Friday (June 27) to the court's ruling that makes gay marriage a constitutional right....

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Taking on Google, unfazed by Apple, RealNetworks boss Rob Glaser tells Sophie Curtis why cloud photo services are the future...
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It is impossible to wean an economy that relies on debt and leverage for its "growth" of excessive debt and leverage.
As noted earlier in this series,  collapse is not an event, it's a process , a process we experience as  things fall apart . The phrase famously appears in William Butler Yeats' 1919 poem,  The Second Coming :
Turning...
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Assembly of Bishops Videos Now Online from Dallas Clergy Laity Gathering - OCL...
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Thursday, 25 June 2015 |

Five Interesting Stocks Under $10

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In a month in which we have seen the brutal massacre of peaceful African Americans at prayer in Charleston, South Carolina, it is perhaps timely to tell the remarkable account of the first named Orthodox Christians in what would become the United States, together with their Black African companion. So let’s begin their story: The…...
Thursday, 25 June 2015 |

An absurd form of disdain

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imageWhen people extracted gold, silver and precious stones from the earth, and when they’d made more soft clothes than they needed, and when they’d got a lot of other such things, which are the causes of wars and revolutions and tyrannical regimes, they were overwhelmed with an absurd form of disdain....

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BRAD’S QUESTION:

Why don’t Catholics have a problem with the graven images that surround them in church?

THE RELIGION GUY’S ANSWER:

Brad is obviously Protestant in his cultural outlook. That is, Catholic and Eastern Orthodox churches encourage religious art in church, seen as aids to devotion.

Protestants’ policies vary (as...

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