An Orthodox scholar offers his insights on a Christian tradition without the theology of Aquinas and Augustine. Last week, the radio personality many Christians know as “The Bible Answer Man” announced his conversion to Eastern Orthodoxy.

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The science and spirituality behind the latest Nobel Prize in medicine. With every patient I treat, I hear myself echo the same sentiment: I know this hurts. I’m sorry. It will be over soon. In the emergency department, healing rarely comes without pain. It may be the wrenching of a joint back into place, the lancing of an abscess, or the administer

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Evangelicals have mixed feelings about mayor Marcelo Crivella, the latest symbol of Protestant ascendancy in Catholic Brazil. The mayor of Rio de Janeiro has always features prominently in the city’s raucous Carnival, a licentious celebration that runs the five days before Ash Wednesday. But this year, for the first time in memory, the mayor

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The quest to detach morality from divine revelation has only led to one dead end after another. Can science tell us how we ought to behave? In Science and the Good, a book that crosses the boundaries of history, philosophy, and psychology, sociologist James Davison Hunter and philosopher Paul Nedelisky examine nearly 400 years

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