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Magazine > Music

Radiohead: Together in the Alone

Radiohead: Together in the Alone Through their music, Radiohead communes with everyone who's ever been tempted to despair in a world where God seems absent READ MORE >

(5) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    alternative | darkness | radiohead

News > Science/Tech

Big Brain Theory: Have Cosmologists Lost Theirs?

“It could be the weirdest and most embarrassing prediction in the history of cosmology, if not science… If true, it would mean that you yourself reading this article are more likely to be some momentary fluctuation in a field of matter and energy out in space than a person with a real past born through billions of years of evolution in an orderly star-spangled cosmos… If you are inclined to skepticism this debate might seem like further evidence that cosmologists… have finally lost their minds.” READ MORE >

(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    big bang | cosmology

Opinion > TV

Did anyone miss the Golden Globes show?

The Golden Globes awards were awarded last night, but without the usual glitzy televised gala, thanks to the Writer’s Guild strike. This prompts the question—how essential is the show anyway? Sure, we get to rubberneck on the red carpet thanks to first-hand reporting from second-hand personalities like Joan Rivers and that embarrassing… READ MORE >


Magazine > Faith

Benedict XVI: The Pope of Hope

Benedict XVI: The Pope of Hope For Benedict, Christ’s promise of his second coming and the final judgment is a pledge that evil and injustice will not have the last word in human history. READ MORE >


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All That Dark

All That Dark Some say that No Country for Old Men makes evil look too powerful and goodness too puny. But that’s the way the world looks most of the time. READ MORE >

(2) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    coen brothers | movies | nihilism

Opinion > Issues

Catholic Bishops in England and Wales take on secularism

Catholic Bishops in England and Wales take on secularism The Catholic Church in England and Wales is moving into political high gear. On Wednesday last week Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O’Connor hosted a meeting of 25 Catholic MPs in preparation for the forthcoming parliamentary battle over the Human Fertilization and Embryology Bill – provoking the ire of secularists. “The church is at it again,”… READ MORE >


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Seeing Others

Seeing Others Why are we so hesitant to respect the soul of the person in front of us? READ MORE >

(4) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    bruderhof | compassion | poor

News > Issues

Pat Robertson Endorses Giuliani for President

Pat Robertson puts the “War on Terror” and Christian nationalism ahead of the Gospel and traditional values, and confirms liberal claims that the Christian Right is interested in power, not piety. READ MORE >

(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    giuliani | politics

News > Issues

Human Therapeutic Cloning at a Standstill

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(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    bioethics | cloning | eggs

News > Culture

What’s Behind Steroids? A Culture of Fear

"We must openly address not only the drug issues plaguing the sports we love, but the culture of fear that shakes our society... We’re scared of failure, aging, vulnerability, leaving too soon, being passed up — and in the quest to conquer these fears, we are inspired by those who do whatever it takes to rise above and beat these odds. We call it 'drive' or 'ambition,' but when doing 'whatever it takes' leads us down the wrong road, it can erode our humanity. The game ends up playing us..." READ MORE >

(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    baseball | fear | steroids

News > Issues

These Scientists Can’t Tolerate the Pope

"Sixty one Italian scientists have signed a letter protesting against a planned visit this week by Pope Benedict XVI to Rome's Sapienza University because of his stated views on Galileo... Then Cardinal Ratzinger ... observed that 'At the time of Galileo the Church remained much more faithful to reason than Galileo himself. The process against Galileo was reasonable and just.' The Italian Catholic writer Vittorio Messori agreed, saying Galileo 'was not condemned for the things he said, but for the way he said them. He made statements with sectarian intolerance...'" READ MORE >

(0) COMMENTS  |  TOPICS:    galileo | science

Opinion > Movies

Good Movies, Bad Religion

Good Movies, Bad Religion In the past week I had the privilege of seeing two amazing films: There Will Be Blood (bit on the long side) and the uncut version of Ingmar Bergman’s Fanny and Alexander (a whopping five-plus hours that fly by). Interestingly, coincidentally, both stories are set about a 100 years ago and both feature a very dark religious figure—a money-hungry… READ MORE >


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