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  • In Theory: What is the role of religion?

    David Hartman, a Jerusalem-based rabbi and philosopher, recently sat down for an interview with CNN's Izzy Lemberg. In the interview, Hartman wonders whether religion is really helpful to the human condition. "There's a whole bunch of myths that religions...
  • In Theory: Can people be possessed?

    In Theory Question: A group of Catholic bishops gathered in Baltimore last week to examine what scripture and canon law have to say about exorcism. According to CNN's Belief Blog, bishops will look at what the Bible says, "paying careful attention to...
  • In Theory: Dealing with the holiday hustle

    The busiest weeks of the year are approaching, as people hustle and bustle to get ready for the holiday season. Then there is Lobsang Tenzin Negi, a former Buddhist monk who presides over a Buddhist monastery in Atlanta. He teaches a form of meditation...
  • Staten Island Ferry Nativity Scene Outrage

    Today Staten Island Ferry commuters got a dose of controversy to go along with their Monday morning coffee. The controversy was all about a Christmas tree. The commotion was not about how the tree was decorated, instead it was about what the tree...
  • What good is God?

    In his new book, "What Good Is God?" evangelical author Philip Yancey asks, "Does belief in God really matter when life gets tough?" These and other questions and answers form the basis of his book and are the result of a near-fatal traffic accident...
  • In Theory: Scoring on the Religion Quiz

    The Pew Forum on Religion & Public life this week published a short, 15-question religion quiz. The quiz is a shorter version of the "3,412 sampled adults who were asked these and other questions in the U.S. Religious Knowledge Survey." The poll was...
  • In Theory: What about bullying?

    Cyber bullying has become more and more commonplace in schools, seemingly replacing or becoming part of common playground bullying. This issue has been brought into the forefront on the heels of the suicide of 18-year-old Rutgers University freshman Tyler...
  • Has the Peninsula been snubbed over federal judgeships?

    Has the Peninsula been snubbed over federal judgeships?
    The Peninsula and Middle Peninsula now account for nearly 30 percent of all federal cases filed in the Hampton Roads region. That includes nearly 40 percent of all federal criminal cases filed, statistics show. Yet none of Hampton Roads' six federal...
  • Limited Service Restored To NYC Public Transit Lines

    Limited Service Restored To NYC Public Transit Lines
    As the Tri-State area recovers from Sunday's blizzard, straphangers can expect delays, limited service and suspensions during Tuesday morning's rush hour commute on the rails. The Long Island Rail Road suspended its service on Monday, and has since...
  • Police Blotter

    Harford County sheriff's deputies and Maryland State Police report: Aberdeen A caller in the 1400 block of Cranberry Road reported Saturday someone tried to break into Mt. Calvary Free Will Baptist Church. A caller in the first block of Locust Street...
  • Parenting: Teaching kids how to make healthy choices

    Parenting: Teaching kids how to make healthy choices
    Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital's Family Focus is offering “Al’s Pals: Kids Making Healthy Choices.” The program teaches 3- to 4-year-old children how to get along with others, solve problems, use self control, manage anger and...