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June 25th, 2010
07:24 PM ET

Documentary attempts to answer life’s biggest questions

Roger Nygard was seven years old when he first realized he was going to die.

He had found the entry on tuberculosis inside his family’s medical encyclopedia one day and it appeared that he was exhibiting all the symptoms noted in the book: coughing, fatigue, and sleepiness.

The young Nygard aptly put on his winter suit on that cold Minnesota night and went outside by the lake across from his home to wait for death to come. After twenty minutes though, his feet got cold and he decided to go back inside to have dinner.

You can see a trailer for the documentary here.
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Filed under: Atheism • Buddhism • Christianity • Confucianism • Culture & Science • Faith • Interfaith issues • Traditions

May 25th, 2010
10:48 AM ET

'Lost' leaves viewers a lesson on faith

For scores of viewers who tuned in to see the finale of "Lost," a satisfied sense of closure might be the subject of fervent debate for a long time to come. It certainly took a giant leap of faith to end without explaining all the mythology that has spurred numerous water cooler discussions since the series debuted in 2004.

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Filed under: Culture & Science • TV

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