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Religion in the Public Sphere and its Relationship to the Public Good

Religion in the Public Sphere and its Relationship to the Public Good

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What is the relationship between religion in the public sphere and the public good? The Toronto Baycrest Centre for the Aged and Holocaust Survivors is… Read more »

Religious Involvement and the Health Effects on the Elderly

Religious Involvement and the Health Effects on the Elderly

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Cultural Anthropologist, Robert Orsi explains that human beings are perpetually caught up in the daily pursuit of cultural creation which periodically gets disrupted by certain… Read more »

The importance of religious attendance for subjective well-being among the elderly

The importance of religious attendance for subjective well-being among the elderly

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In the March 2011 “Baycrest Matters” newsletter, there was an article about a groundbreaking Bravo study, which is investigating whether volunteer activities improve older adults’… Read more »

Religion as a coping strategy in the field of health care

Religion as a coping strategy in the field of health care

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Cultural Anthropologist, Robert Orsi explains that human beings are perpetually caught up in the daily pursuit of cultural creation which periodically gets disrupted by certain… Read more »

Does religion have an affect on the cognitive health of the elderly?

Does religion have an affect on the cognitive health of the elderly?

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Happy Valentine’s Day! On Friday 11, 2011 — The Oneg Shabbat began on a sad note as one of the clients in the palliative care… Read more »

Faith without works is dead

Faith without works is dead

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“Show me your faith apart from you works, and I by my works will show you my faith” (James 2:18). This idea that “faith by… Read more »