Kuruvilla Pandikattu
The writer is a professor of science and religion
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The transforming qualities of love The 2015 Templeton Prize has been awarded to Canadian thinker Jean Vanier for his “innovative discovery of the central role of vulnerable people in the creation of a more just, inclusive and humane so
Understanding the game of life The unexpected death of Nobel laureate John Nash and his wife Alicia in a car accident makes us think of the game life is.
When charity has a clarity of purpose John “Jack” Templeton Jr, who took over the Templeton Foundation that his wealthy investor father had founded, died recently at the age of 75.
When charity has a clarity of purpose John “Jack” Templeton Jr, who took over the Templeton Foundation that his wealthy investor father had founded, died recently at the age of 75.
Spiritual people are more liberal People become more politically liberal immediately after practising a spiritual exercise such as meditation, researchers at the University of Toronto have found.
Start meditating to preserve grey matter Since 1970, life expectancy around the world has risen dramatically, with people living more than 10 years longer. That's the good news.
Reason drives religion, science Both religion and science are driven by reason, claims Rama Singh, professor of biology at McMaster University, Canada.
No better substitute to human touch In a process of reconciliation in which Justin Welby, the current and 105th Archbishop of Canterbury, was involved recently, one of the questions that people were asked was this: "What has this disput
The cosmic god must lead to a personal god Is God the creation of our mind?
Bored out of your wits? Get creative Have you been truly bored?

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