Monthly Archives: March 2015

Abandoning in the midst of crisis

We continue to debate physician assisted suicide in the United States. Recently, Aaron Kheriaty, associate professor of psychiatry at the University of California, Irvine school of medicine, added another perspective I the pages of “First Things” journal. He wrote that … Continue reading

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Balm in Gilead?

In certain Christian Churches as well as in certain Jewish traditions there are Scripture portions or partias assigned for readings on holy days as well as week days. In my own tradition today’s assigned reading from Hebrew Scripture is from … Continue reading

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You cannot be serious

A number of years ago, the tennis player, John McEnroe was heard to exclaim after what he thought was a bad call from a line judge, “You cannot be serious”. I had the same reaction this morning wen I read … Continue reading

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