Month: September 2013

Keeping Alive The Big Questions

Source: The Huffington Post By Jaweed Kaleem: Twenty years ago, Evgenia Cherkasova and Elena Kornilov were doctoral students in their mid-20s, living in the same housing complex at Penn State University. As they pursued their degrees — Cherkasova in philosophy, Kornilov in physics — both started families, and to take a […]

Original Sin: Can the Church now Become Liberal?

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia  For other uses, see Original Sin (disambiguation). See also: Fate of the unlearned Michelangelo‘s painting of the sin of Adam and Eve from the Sistine Chapel ceiling According to a Christian theological doctrine, original sin, also called ancestral sin,[1] is humanity’s state of sin resulting from the fall of man,[2] stemming from Adam’s rebellion in Eden. […]

Obama loosens demands on Syria

Source: LA Times: Note by Editor: Comment on the post, reproduced from LA Times. It further spreads the link for the living messeage giving by head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community as well publicity for and the WASHINGTON — In a sign of its weak hand in the Syria […]

The Power of Peace

globalonenessProject: Palestinian peaceworker Ibtisam Mahameed speaks about her role as an Arab Muslim woman working towards peace in the holy land. Mahameed speaks about her role as an Arab Muslim woman working towards peace in the holy land. She describes the need to listen with an open heart and the importance of […]

A new world order may be born in Geneva

STORY SUMMARY This is getting serious now, as the United States and Russia negotiate in Geneva on disposing of Syria’s chemical weapons, and generally responsible media report that U.S. President Barack Obama has exchanged letters with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani. The negotiations in Geneva between U.S. Secretary of State John […]

Report: Saudis sent death-row inmates to fight Syria

usa today: Secret memo says more than 1,200 prisoners fought Assad regime to avoid beheading. (Photo: Saudi Press Agency/AP) SHARE 9847CONNECT 1746TWEET 27COMMENTEMAILMORE Saudi Arabia has sent death-row inmates from several nations to fight against the Syrian government in exchange for commuting their sentences, the Assyrian International News Agencyreports. Citing what it calls […]

Too Much Medicine Is Bad for Our Health

Huff Post: by Allen Frances. “Medical science is making such remarkable progress that soon none of us will be well.” ~ Aldous Huxley The just completed conference ‘Preventing Over Diagnosis’ was easily the most important meeting I ever attended. Sponsored by the British Medical Journal, Consumer’s Reports, and Dartmouth and […]