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SPACE exploration is a serious scientific business. But ever since the beginning of the Space Age in the 1950s, it has been accompanied by a hefty dose of glitz and PR. Two years ago, Earthlings watched with bated breath as a one-tonne, nuclear-powered, laser-armed robot rover fizzed through the Martian atmosphere, before being deposited gently on...
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The World Council of Churches (WCC) general secretary Rev. Dr Olav Fykse Tveit has expressed deep sorrow over the death of Rev. David Philpot who served as the WCC executive secretary for scholarships in 1980s. Philpot passed away at the age of 84 in Edinburgh, UK.

“David was a committed ecumenist who served the ecumenical movement tirelessly and f

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EuroMortgageLoanTwo stories in today's world news caught my attention because they were both related to rising consumer debt and tightening mortgage rules. 

First, Sweden is proposing a particularly aggressive approach to reducing the weight of mortgage debt on consumers' balance sheets. The new accelerated amortization rules really struck me from a

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see BONY Mellon Sues Chase et al Over Misrepresentations on Loans

It is interesting that at the same time that BONY Mellon has its name attached to foreclosures it is claiming exactly what the borrowers are

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AlterNetThe American people have spoken. But what did we really say about inequality?

At first glance, it seems that extreme inequality mattered little to the majority of voters who put pro-business candidates into office. After all, the Republicans, along with far too many Democrats, are certain to cater to their Wall Street/CEO donors. Do Americans...

Wednesday, 12 November 2014 |

Today I Washed a Jar of Clay

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Democrats can connect with voters by telling a story about how they'll make the economy work for all of us.

The big post-election consensus is that Democrats believe, as TheNew York Times put it, they were missing “a broad economic message to enthuse supporters and convert some independents.”

So what would that missing narrative be? The point of a

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A little-known provision of the Higher Education Act which creates a federal obligation for colleges to help with voter registration could be a key for youth turnout efforts.

After a disappointing election night, it’s time to start thinking about the effects of the collective decision our country has made. Despite the importance of Tuesday’s ele

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Nicholas ChapmanReader Nicholas Chapman provides an exploration of moves towards Orthodoxy in Britain and later America in a transatlantic connection between the Reformation and the First World War. Our thanks to Fr. Gregory Hallam at St. Aidan Orthodox Church in Manchester (where this talk was given) for the recording....
Monday, 10 November 2014 |

How to be Healed (Gal 6:11-18)

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How to be Healed (Gal 6:11-18)The New Testament is full of amazing stories about the healings performed by Jesus and the Apostles. Fr. Tom Soroka reminds us that in order to be made completely whole by the Lord, we must continue in our effort to glory in the cross by dying to the world....

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