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The trivialization of pornography
it dawned on me that today we trivialize the highly harmful and addictive pornography industry with our flippant comments and jokes in that regard.
Blackberry, Volkswagen and a proper work-life balance
This week, Volkswagen made all the major news outlets when it made a decision to improve the work-life balance of its employees. Now, union workers in Germany will not receive emails from the company during their off hours.
Artemis Fowl Series
Artemis Fowl is a genius...a criminal genius.
Pope and Queen address their people
They both faced the somber realities of 2011, which took no break for the holidays.
Christmas in the Vatican, Bethlehem
What is, is. What gets reported is another story.
The Adventures of the Borrowers
| 22 December 2011 |
Have you ever wondered what happens to the odds and ends you lose around the house?
The Pew Forum has released a new report on the spread of Christianity.
Europe’s crisis: unification without a unifying spirit
A founding father of the EU would not be surprised at the problems it is facing.
Vaclav Havel’s legacy
How utterly simplistic to call a blog post to such a task. This does not pretend to do that. It’s merely intended to be a signpost along the way.
7 reasons why “Merry Christmas” will always beat “Season’s Greetings”
Don’t let Grinches steal your Christmas by substituting meaningless slogans.
Just don’t smash it, Dave
The British PM defends Christianity but it's deeds that matter in the end, not words.
British Prime Minister: “We are a Christian country”
The Bible has given Britain a set of values and morals which it should actively defend, says David Cameron.
Alive to the World: a character education programme that works
Here’s a Christmas present for parents who want a really good model of character education to propose to their school or higher educational authorities.
Just one hitch with all those eulogies
Who was the greater public intellectual, Christopher Hitchens or Vaclav Havel?
‘Courtyard of the Gentiles’
Cardinal Gianfranco Ravasi’s Pontifical Council for Culture has held ‘a series of events around Europe for atheist and agnostic intellectuals to meet and talk with Catholic counterparts.’ Cardinal Ravasi is going to miss Christopher Hitchens.
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