Indiana’s controversial “Freedom of Religion” bill, which allows business owners and employers to opt-out of providing services to people they believe have same-sex attractions or relationships, was moved out of committee and cleared for a full vote by a strong majority.
Day: March 16, 2015
On Being, the Peabody-award winning radio show about the human condition, hosts a conversation between Michael McCullough, professor of psychology, and Arthur Zajonc, physicist, about morality and the ways our practices and thoughts may shape our morality. Tippett and her guests discuss morality, the mind, and quantum mechanics as they gently debate predetermination, mechanistic morality, […]
Helen De Cruz, Asst Professor in philosophy at VU University Amsterdam, interviewed H.E. Baber, Professor in philosophy at the University of San Diego, for a series on how the religious practices of philosophers influences their academic work. Baber, an Episcopalian who doesn’t attend a church, speaks about the difficulties outsiders face in joining the Church, and […]
Commonweal features three perspectives on Humanae Vitae and Roman Catholic teachings on contraceptives. Do you think it’s time for the RC Church to reconsider their views?
Paul describes Christians as widows who are open to new life and love in Christ.