Despite some technical difficulties in the beginning, our live broadcast on The Hugh Hewitt Show
was a success!
Templeton Press is running a new contest on our What Would John Templeton Say
blog. In 100 words or less, readers are asked which of John Templeton’s 16 Rules for Investment Success is their favorite and why?
In its May/June 2010 issue Health Progress
For nurses and other health care providers, Verna Carson's and Harold Koenig's text will provide useful and timely information on the role of spirituality in health care.
As promised, the website for New Threats to Freedom
is now up! We'll be posting author news, event details, reviews, contests, and unique commentary regularly, so if you like the book be sure to check back often.
That is the fascinating question posed by our colleagues at the John Templeton Foundation in their recent Big Questions campaign
. This is the latest installment in their series that tasks fascinating people with answering fascinating questions.
The cat is out of the bag!
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Be one of the first three individuals to email email@example.com
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Weaving together narrative, history, social theory, biography, scientific research, and practical guidance, Being Generous
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calls From Galileo to Gell-Mann
“a striking collection of anecdotes about and by scientists concerning the aesthetics of the pursuit of knowledge.”
In From Galileo to Gell-Mann
Every now and then, we publish books on subjects that seem to resist quick summarization. Such is the case with Sacred Desire
by Nancy Morrison, MD, and Sally Severino, MD. Within the pages of this book, readers will find fascinating new insights into the workings of the human brain. Some of these insights carry such broad-reaching implications that it can be hard to fully answer the question, what is it about?
Fortunately, the authors have created a beautiful video that does just that.
A news conference will be held in Washington, DC this Thursday, March 25th at 11:00 am EDT, to announce the new 2010 Templeton Prize
The Templeton Prize each year honors a living person who has made an exceptional contribution to affirming life’s spiritual dimension, whether through insight, discovery, or practical works.
Here's part II of that great video:
Again, you can find the great new book that Dr. Puchalski co-authored here: Making Health Care Whole.
At last week's AAHPM
meeting, some members of the Press staff had the opportunity to finally meet face-to-face with the authors of Making Health Care Whole:
Christina Puchalski and Betty Ferrell. We could not have been more impressed with them, and we left feeling extra excited to share their work with as many people as possible.