CGTN published this video item, entitled “Live: Power narratives in a changing world: implications for U.S.-China competition” – below is their description. Power remains one of the critical subjects in international relations. The ongoing great power competition between the United States and China, the world’s two largest economies, is predominantly viewed through the lens of … Read more Live: Power narratives in a changing world: implications for U.S.-China competition
ESPN published this video item, entitled “First Take discusses the Baseball Hall of Fame’s morals clause” – below is their description. Stephen A. Smith, Max Kellerman and Jeff Passan discuss the Baseball Hall of Fame having a morals clause, with Passan suggesting that there should be a counter balance to allow the “good guys” of … Read more First Take discusses the Baseball Hall of Fame’s morals clause
Global News published this video item, entitled “Celebrations erupt in Buenos Aires as Argentina legalizes abortion” – below is their description. Thousands of people erupted in cheers outside the Senate building in Buenos Aires on Wednesday as Argentina’s Senate voted to legalize abortion, a first for a big country in Latin America and a triumph … Read more Celebrations erupt in Buenos Aires as Argentina legalizes abortion
IGN published this video item, entitled “Vikings: Season 6 – Exclusive Official Deleted Scene” – below is their description. Hvitserk (Marco Ilsø) hallucinates meeting with the Seer in this deleted scene from Part 1 of Vikings’ sixth and final season. Season six returns following the battle between brothers, which has left Bjorn victorious and a … Read more Vikings: Season 6 – Exclusive Official Deleted Scene
Be a hero, save the planet, stay at home and watch every episode of Archer…now streaming via FX on Hulu. With Season 11 of FXX’s original animated, half-hour comedy coming soon, take a look back at the globe-trotting adventures of Sterling Archer so far. The series features the voices of H. Jon Benjamin as the … Read more Archer – Official Trailer | Comic-Con@Home 2020
The Anglican Ordinariate that was created by the Roman Catholic Church as a means of permitting the conversion of disaffected Anglicans and Episcopalians to the Church of Rome is ethically and morally questionable. According to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and Vatican, the Anglican Ordinariate for the U.S. is scheduled to be established … Read more The United States Anglican Ordinariate and Conversion of Anglicans to Catholicism
Can food and religiosity be combined in a healthy way? +Catholicos Scholarios-Gennadius III, OSB Vicar General of America, asks. It has been historically customary for the faithful to be regaled most Sunday mornings with stories and parables demonstrating the negative consequences of our choices and actions. For instance, we recall the parable of the “Withered … Read more Is Religiosity and Food an Unhealthy Combination?
In America there is ongoing reference to the issue regarding the separation of church and state, however a recent poll conducted by the PEW Forum on Politics and Religion indicated that a majority of American voters “believe” that lawmakers should be religious. While this may suggest a conflict between the constitutionally imposed separation between church … Read more Politics and Religious Faith
+Catholicos Scholarios-Gennadius III, OSB is Protosyncellus of the Ecumenical Canonical Orthodox Church Worldwide. Here he gives his guidance on the issue of power in relationships and society. On the morning of October 9, 2010 at 7:31 a.m., Mrs. Virginia Thomas, wife of US Supreme Court Justice Clarence, allegedly left a voice mail message at the home … Read more Religion: Is An Unequal Application of Power Ethical?