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What Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein teaches us about the need for mothers

At this time, when it could be argued that maternity is in decline, Mary Shelley’s classic work of literature, “Frankenstein,” celebrating its 200th anniversary this year, invites us to reflect on the deeper importance of mothers in our lives.

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Ask An Eastern Orthodox Christian: Appealing to a Cynic

He sees mankind only motivated by selfish ambitions and desires, like those that proselytize a form of prosperity gospel or drive through theology.   In the Eastern Orthodox Church, our faith is not of this Way.

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