WHILE WE'RE AT IT
- Fast of Feasten? Black, Maggie // History Today;Apr81, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p58
Recounts historical facts about the imposition of abstinence from meat by the English Church until the 15th century. Economic implications; Example of a Lenten recipe; Comparison of the diet of the clergy with the laity.
- Liturgy 40 Years After the Council. Godfried, Danneels // America;8/27/2007, Vol. 197 Issue 5, p11
An excerpt from the Canisius Lecture, delivered on April 17, 2007 at Boston College is presented.
- British science lectures head for Japan. // Nature;7/17/1997, Vol. 388 Issue 6639, p221
Reports on an arrangement by Britain's Royal Institution to present in Japan an edited version of the 1996 Christmas lectures entitled `The History of our Bones' by Simon Conway Morris of the department of Earth sciences at the University of Cambridge. How the lectures provide a perspective on...
- 2014 Subaru Outdoor Life Lecture. Gallo, David // GSA Today;Oct2014, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p12
The article offers information on the 2014 Subaru Outdoor Life Lecture to be held on October 20, 2014 at the Vancouver Convention Centre in British Columbia.
- New line of organic vegetarian entrees. // Environmental Nutrition;Jun96, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p3
Reports on the availability of frozen meatless meals in the United States. Celentano Vegetarian Selects.
- Dalrymple Lectures 2003. Andén, Anders // Scottish Archaeological Journal;Oct2002, Vol. 24 Issue 2, preceding p101
Presents several lectures related to the Old Norse religion. Archaeology of Old Norse religion; Material expressions of the idea of a world tree in Old Norse tradition; Analysis of Iron Age ringforts in Scandinavia.
- I am Right; You are Dead. Soyinka, Wole // New England Journal of Public Policy;Winter2005, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p415
Deals with issues concerning fanaticism. Controversy over the decision of France to ban symbols of religious faiths from secondary schools; Details on the lecture Climates of Art; Fanaticism in Africa; Elaboration of the dogma I am right, you are wrong.
- A Response to Richard Harries. MCGRATH, ALISTER E. // Science & Christian Belief;Oct2014, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p118
The author responds to the comments made by professor Richard Harries on his Boyle lecture about religion and science. He discusses the idea that things in the past cannot be explored using predictive approaches, the value and meaning of life, and Harries' estimation of the value of the writings...
- With Scrip and Staff. // America;2/20/1932, Vol. 46 Issue 20, p482
The article presents the author's view about the pseudo-scientific lectures on Radio Education sponsored by the National Advisory Committee on forbidding any teaching to youth in religion before the age of 18. He states that visual education is coming on its own again and no right person will...