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From a member of the Church of England: If Nigeria et al had concentrated all their efforts on ousting Canada rather than the US would we treat those nice cuddly Canadian Anglicans the same way we’ve treated those nasty brash arrogant Amerikan Anglicans?


The mere knowledge that a woman breastfeeds her children leads people to view her as less competent in the workplace and less good at math, according to a new study.

The human mind slips into a “dichotomous” black-and-white mode when confronted with anger.

The hungry worms of hell.

Why all elevators should be glass.

Ethics lessons from the Challenger disaster.

Monks and rabbis have stood alongside Catholics and Anglicans in Canberra to show support for the federal government’s plan for a carbon tax.

USPG Mission Companion Ruth de Barros has called for prayer following the murder of two environmental campaigners in the Amazon. She is the wife of Saulo de Barros who was consecrated as the Diocese of the Amazon’s first bishop in October 2006.

The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond flies the gay pride flag.

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