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Finding God in the Mirror

How Ayn Rand, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Roe v. Wade made me a Christian Text 0 The first rule in living introspectively is to avoid falling into rapt contemplation of ourselves. Im sure youve met the kind of person, or seen him in Woody Allen ... National Review, 2 days ago
Malay Mail

At Davos, Jews, Muslims and Christians tackle Charlie Hebdo, religious violence

European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker poses with Quartet Representative to the Middle East and former British Prime Minister Tony Blair (right) ahead of a meeting at the EU Commission headquarters in Brussels January 20, 2015.— Reuters ...
 Malay Mail3 days ago

One Thing Migrant Smugglers Can't Do Without: Big U.S. Banks

Dionisio Diaz takes a seat inside the Evangelical Christian Assembly Church at an office park in Doraville, an Atlanta suburb. It's been another six-day week working for a landscaping crew, mowing lawns and pruning shrubs. The 37-year-old ...
 BusinessWeek1 week ago One Thing Gangs Smuggling Latin Migrants Over the Border Can't Do Without: Big U.S. Banks  Bloomberg1 week ago Gangs Smuggling Latin American Migrants Rely on Big U.S. Banks  GARP1 week ago
Metro Canada

Otatwa Senators return home to down Canadiens 4-1

OTTAWA Jean-Gabriel Pageau's first goal of the season proved to be the game winner Thursday night as the Ottawa Senators defeated the Montreal Canadiens 4-1. Mika Zibanejad, Erik Karlsson and Erik Condra also scored for the Senators (18-17-8).
 Metro Canada1 week ago Pageau Helps Senators Past Canadiens 4-1  ABC News1 week ago Pageau's first of season stands up as winner as Sens beat Habs 4-1  Noodls1 week ago Pageau's first goal of season stands as winner as Sens beat Habs 4-1  CTV News1 week ago
Layman Online

Who says no to Nobel?

Jean-Paul Sartre In 1964, French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre declined to receive the Nobel Prize for literature. According to a Jan. 5 news article in The Guardan , Sarte wrote a letter declining the award, but it arrived too late for ...
 Layman Online4 days ago Je suis Charlie  Education News1 week ago Charlie, cest la France  Cihan Haber1 week ago CENGİZ - 'Charlie, c'est la France'  Zaman1 week ago
Lebanon Daily Star

Report: Girault Suspends Initiative after Difficulty to Reach Breakthrough in Presidency

:43 Director of the Department of the Middle East and North Africa at the French Foreign Ministry Jean-François Girault decided to suspend his endeavors to reach a breakthrough regarding the presidential stalemate in Lebanon unless new ...
 Naharnet2 days ago Presidential file shelved for now  Zawya.com1 week ago

'Lucy,' 'Weddings,' 'Beast' Drive Bumper French Exports

PARIS Driven by Luc Besson's Lucy , comedy Serial (Bad) Weddings and Christophe Gans redo of Beauty and the Beast, French films punched the second best year outside France on record, scoring €640 million ($) from 111 million admissions at the ...
 Variety1 week ago

Billie Jean King - Rallying for a New Equality

It has been over four decades since I anxiously turned the dial on my parents' black and white TV to watch the "Battle of the Sexes" , the heavily-hyped, historic tennis match between Billy Jean King and Bobby Riggs. But the female vs. male match ...
 Huffington Post1 week ago
Lebanon Daily Star

France to resume Islamic, Christian talks

Rumors about France's reluctance to continue its initiative to assist Lebanon with its presidential crisis after the Charlie Hebdo attack that shook the country last week appear to be unfounded. A top diplomatic source told The Daily Star that the ...
 Lebanon Daily Star1 week ago Qunaitra raid revives fears of Lebanese-Israeli war  Lebanon Daily Star4 days ago Dialogue raises hope for political solution  Gulf News1 week ago

Orthodox Christians retrieve holy cross from icy Istanbul waters

More than a dozen swimmers have braced the icy waters of Istanbul's Golden Horn to take part in one of the world's oldest polar bear plunges: the ancient Greek Orthodox rite celebrating the Feast of the Epiphany. After prayers on Epiphany, ...
 Reuters1 week ago
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