9/15/2013 Podcast – Rev. Joan Shiels

THE MEANING OF LIFE Is there an ultimate meaning to life? Some eloquent people have suggested answers to this ponderous question. Joan will bring thought-provoking stories that focus on this elusive topic. Joan Shiels is a longtime friend and has been a frequent speaker at our fellowship for the last nine...

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8/11/2013 Podcast – Peter Conroy

THE SAINT BARTHOLOMEW DAY’S MASSACRE While not at all known by most Americans, in France Saint Bartholomew’s Day is notorious as the date of a horrendous massacre of Protestants by Catholics, a bloody act of religious intolerance and hatred that stood out even in an age of outrageous interdenominational warfare....

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7/21/2013 Podcast – Kathleen R. Smythe

THE 10,000 YEAR REVOLUTIONARY Agriculture is approximately 10,000 years old. Thus, it has only been practiced for a very small portion of human existence, yet agriculture is arguably the single most important development in human history. It is also probably the most ecologically disruptive development in human history. A sustainability...

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