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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Back to Hiroshima: Why Dropping the Bomb Saved Ten Million Lives – Opinion – ABC Religion & EthicsBack to Hiroshima: Why Dropping the Bomb Saved Ten Million LivesPhilip JenkinsA
Back to Hiroshima: Why Dropping the Bomb Saved Ten Million Lives – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
Back to Hiroshima: Why Dropping the Bomb Saved Ten Million LivesPhilip JenkinsABC Religion and Ethics 19 May 2016 It is nice to think that the nuclear option could have been avoided; this would make the ethical debate clean and simple.... Read more
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The Christian Post
Russell Moore 'Exactly Right' That America Has Never Been Christian Nation, Baylor Evangelical Historian SaysAn evangelical historian with Baylor University agrees with Southern Baptist Co
Russell Moore 'Exactly Right' That America Has Never Been Christian Nation, Baylor Evangelical Historian Says
The Christian Post / Posted 14 days ago
An evangelical historian with Baylor University agrees with Southern Baptist Convention leader Russell Moore's assessment that America was not meant to be a Christian nation in an institutional sense. In a YouTube video uploaded earlier this month,... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Theology and Philosophy: Can They Survive in the Modern University? – Opinion – ABC Religion & EthicsTheology and Philosophy: Can They Survive in the Modern University?John Haldane
Theology and Philosophy: Can They Survive in the Modern University? – Opinion – ABC Religion & Ethics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Theology and Philosophy: Can They Survive in the Modern University?John HaldaneABC Religion and Ethics 10 May 2016 In a world of narrowed subject areas, philosophy and theology may find common cause in recovering the sense of themselves as... Read more
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Arkansas Times
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star TeamMeet the 20 best and brightest high school students in the state. The class of
2016 Arkansas Times Academic All-Star Team
Arkansas Times / Posted 29 days ago
Meet the 20 best and brightest high school students in the state. The class of 2016, our 22nd, is made up of inventors, Olympic-caliber athletes, poets, programmers and Quiz Bowlers. There's rarely a B on the transcripts of these students — in not... Read more
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The Huffington Post
Nearly 90 Percent Of Americans Have Prayed For Good HealthIf you’ve ever prayed for healing for yourself or someone you know, you’re not
Nearly 90 Percent Of Americans Have Prayed For Good Health
The Huffington Post / Posted a month ago
If you’ve ever prayed for healing for yourself or someone you know, you’re not alone. In fact, the majority of Americans have prayed for healing at least once in their lives, and this prevalence suggests the spiritual practice could have some major... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Most Americans pray for healingThe vast majority of Americans have prayed for the healing of others and more t
Most Americans pray for healing
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
The vast majority of Americans have prayed for the healing of others and more than 1 in 4 have practiced the laying on of hands, a Baylor University expert reports. "Outside of belief in God, there may be no more ubiquitous religious expression in... Read more

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