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Why Matzo Makers Love Regulation

It's very difficult to make matzo in accordance with kosher law. That means fewer competitors for the matzo giants.
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'When God Talks Back' To The Evangelical Community

Anthropologist T.M. Luhrmann studies the personal relationships evangelicals develop with God. In her book When God Talks Back, she explains how relationships with God are often cemented through the power of prayer.
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The Army Chaplain: A Kind Of Mission Specialist

On this Easter Sunday, host Rachel Martin brings us the story of the role Army chaplains play in helping National Guard troops transition to civilian life.
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The 'Heart Of Spiritual Life': Joy, Not Happiness

On Sunday Christians all over the world will observe Easter Sunday with joy. But what is joy? Host Scott Simon talks with Father James Martin, a Jesuit priest, contributing editor to America Magazine and author of Between Heaven and Mirth: Why Joy, Humor and Laughter Are at the Heart of Spiritual Life.
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Lust, Lies And Empire: The Fishy Tale Behind Eating Fish On Friday

A long-standing myth holds that Catholics eat fish on Fridays because of a secret pact a medieval pope made to sell more fish. That's just a fish tale. The real story behind fish Fridays is much better.

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