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November 17, 2016Is euthanasia really the best way to alleviate the suffering of those dealing with serious mental illness?
Frederica Here and Now
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Canada and the Right to Die
March 12, 2016Is the "right to die" more important than religious liberty?
All Stars: Part 2
November 1, 2016Dan interviews Andriana Malhi, the president of the OCF chapter at UC Davis, about how Christ's love saved her life.
What Euthanasia Enthusiasts Really Want
January 15, 2016What do euthanasia enthusiasts really want? To eliminate suffering of any kind by eliminating the sufferer.
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109: Orthodox Advocate For Human “Exceptionalism”
April 3, 2009The centrality of human life in the created world is under attack on all fronts. At the very heart of the debate is whether humans have intrinsic value greater than animals, minerals and lifeless matter. Orthodox convert, lawyer, writer and "human exceptionalism" advocate Wesley J. Smith is at the vortex of this debate, and discusses the current issues that will determine whether our culture views human life as unique in the years ahead.
Speaking the Truth
March 24, 2010In response to a listener's question, Fr. Thomas reflects on the phenomenon of suicide. How do we as Christians deal with it?
Rain in the Desert
Depression and Suicide
August 18, 2014After the recent news of Robin Williams' untimely death, Fr. Apostolos talks about depression and suicide, and the hope offered by Christ and His Church.
Plenary Speaker: Psychological Perspective
December 13, 2018Renos Papadopoulos, Ph.D., Professor and Director, Centre for Trauma, Asylum and Refugees, University of Essex, and Jungian psychoanalyst, Clinical Psychologist, and Systemic Psychotherapist, The Tavistock Clinic, London, England.
Speaking the Truth
Darwin and Christianity - Part 11: Death
June 5, 2010In this episode on the Darwinian Revolution and the relationship between natural science and Christian theology, Fr. Thomas Hopko reflects on the issue of death.
Whatever Happened to Sts. Cosmas and Damian?
December 13, 2018Reflection on the Well-being of Caregivers and Patients and Sustaining the Healing Partnership Under the Increasing Demands of Corporate Interests Dn. Stephen Muse, PhD, LMFT, CCMHC, Director of Education and Training and Clergy-in-Kairos Program, Pastoral Institute Columbus, GA.
Two Sinners; Same Sin
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The Morning Offering
The Great Gap
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July 13, 2017Bobby Maddex interviews Kevin Scherer, the author of the new AFP book Truly Human: Recovering Your Humanity in a Broken World.