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Christmas at the Vatican

Sunday, December 29th, 2019

feuilleton: nom masculin (diminutif de feuillet) Film télévisé, histoire radiodiffusée en plusieurs épisodes de courte durée.

Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer and the Power of Myth

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Bill Moyers introduced Dr. Joseph Campbell to the “general public” in the 1988 PBS series the Power of Myth. Campbell dazzled the audience with exotic mythological tales as well as the fundamental similarities among the world’s seemingly diverse traditions. The interviews revealed Campbell’s’s life-long quest to understand the human experience. He is most famous for […]

Pope Francis, the Christian Mission and Being Pro-Life

Friday, November 14th, 2014

Pope Francis has a fully developed pro-life message to the world’s secular leaders. It is a message about improving and securing all our lives,liberty and happiness but especially the world’s poor. Such a refreshing break from the money changers who have for too long invoked the name of Christ to support greed. We can, and […]

Jesus vs Evolution: You’re Missing the Point.

Wednesday, February 29th, 2012

Modern cosmology and Christianity do two separate things.  Christianity at its heart is about how humans should relate to each other–“Love your enemy.”  The  Bible provides a justification for supporting that behavior. 1)  God is good and created a world with enough stuff for people to live peacefully without destroying it. 2) Humans are never […]