Thursday, September 7, 2017

The Beginning of Dementia Isn't the End of Grace


BOOK REVIEW
The Beginning of Dementia Isn't the End of Grace
How the church can come to the aid of sufferers and their loved ones.
Matthew Loftus
In the era of modern medicine, a great many human afflictions can be treated, if not cured outright. Medicines easily defeat diseases that once would have killed us, while prosthetics and pain-relief drugs help us adapt to disabling symptoms and incurable illnesses. Dementia, unfortunately, remains neither curable nor especially treatable — and it is only getting more common as our population ages. continue reading >>


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The Exchange
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President Trump and many immigration leaders agree with faith leaders: Congress should act in compassion toward the DREAMers

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