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Not fearing death

I learned when I was about 8 years old that people my age — young people — died, though usually through some sort of accident.

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It’s OK to talk about death

My first conscious memory of pondering an afterlife came at the death of my profoundly disabled, brain damaged older brother. He died at 13 years old, slipping away one winter night from pneumonia.

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August Coffee Talk: Wisdom

“Seeking wisdom” by Julia Hayes My perspective on wisdom may not be very pagan, but I don’t think wisdom can be defined by a perspective outside of itself. That being said, when I consider wisdom the only thing that comes to mind is insight. (READ MORE) “Pursuing Wisdom: Is something true …

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September Coffee Talk: Reconciling Religion & Science

“Reconciling Faith & Science” Indaba Coffee Bar, 10 a.m. “Handling the tensions surrounding physics and Christianity” By Kamesh Sankaran My purpose here is to share how I view my profession as a professor of physics through the lens of my profession of a Christian faith. (Read More) “There’s hope for reconciling …

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