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A Greek, a Jew, and a Spaniard: Three Convicted Revolutionaries Meet in Antioch

Imagine, if you will, a chance meeting between three historically significant “revolutionary teachers” on the plains of ancient Antioch, and you have this whimsical account skillfully delivered by Demetrios J. Constantelos (as translated from the Greek by Sophia Demas). Those interested in the personalities of history and what they may have thought in relation to other figures and events will find this essay both entertaining and didactic.
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A Greek, a Jew, and a Spaniard: Three Convicted Revolutionaries Meet in Antioch

To Bring Ecumenism Alive

One of the big tasks of any community should be to create groups and channels through which members can give...
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To Bring Ecumenism Alive

Walking Together Toward Eternity

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Walking Together Toward Eternity

How Online Learning Can Strengthen Our Democracy by Eboo Patel

Does the experience of online learning offer a set of advantages to teaching about diversity? On March 4, my organization...
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How Online Learning Can Strengthen Our Democracy by Eboo Patel

Moments of Great Challenge by Greg Hansell

In the last 24 hours, I’ve taken panicked phone calls from heroic small business owners and heard several desperate stories....
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Moments of Great Challenge by Greg Hansell

SEARCHING—FINDING/NOT-FINDING—STILL SEARCHING YIN and YANG DIALOGOS by Leonard Swidler

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SEARCHING—FINDING/NOT-FINDING—STILL SEARCHING YIN and YANG  DIALOGOS by Leonard Swidler

Amendment to Your Clearance by Greg McCarthy, Contributor

So, how can I live my life so that “my small drop of water that falls into the expansive ocean of humanity” has purpose?  What can I do, that will take our species one microscopically small step for the better a thousand years from now; that is, if we still manage to survive the chaos of Modernity? Find inspiration for living a life with purpose.
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Amendment to Your Clearance by Greg McCarthy, Contributor

The Meaning of Love—A Reflection

O Theophila,[1] you ask about the meaning of love. Limitless words have been spoken and written to try to grasp...
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The Meaning of Love—A Reflection

On a Liberal Arts Education

  Greg Hansell Omega Center, Villanova, PA I was liberal arts educated and continue to believe very strongly that it...
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On a Liberal Arts Education

Intergenerational Global Ethic? The Intergenerational Ethics of Climate Change

Wait for it... Here is the hopeful statement from this story. The America we have created has lost its way...
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Intergenerational Global Ethic? The Intergenerational Ethics of Climate Change