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  • Vatican Denies Report That Says Pope Francis Believes Hell Does Not Exist
    World News | Lori Johnston, The Washington Post | Friday March 30, 2018
    The Vatican denied Thursday an Italian journalist's report in which he says Pope Francis told him "hell does not exist, the disappearance of sinful souls exists." The Vatican press office says that although the pope met with La Repubblica co-founder Eugenio Scalfari, Francis did not give an interview to him, said Thomas Rosica, an English-language ...
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  • 'I'm Not Afraid': What Stephen Hawking Said About God, His Atheism And His Own Death
    World News | Lori Johnston, The Washington Post | Saturday March 17, 2018
    British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking schmoozed with popes during his lifetime, even though he was an avowed atheist. The famous scientist,who died Wednesday in England at 76, was often asked to explain his views on faith and God. During interviews, he explained his belief that there was no need for a creator.
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'Lori Johnston The Washington Post' - 2 News Result(s)

  • Vatican Denies Report That Says Pope Francis Believes Hell Does Not Exist
    World News | Lori Johnston, The Washington Post | Friday March 30, 2018
    The Vatican denied Thursday an Italian journalist's report in which he says Pope Francis told him "hell does not exist, the disappearance of sinful souls exists." The Vatican press office says that although the pope met with La Repubblica co-founder Eugenio Scalfari, Francis did not give an interview to him, said Thomas Rosica, an English-language ...
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  • 'I'm Not Afraid': What Stephen Hawking Said About God, His Atheism And His Own Death
    World News | Lori Johnston, The Washington Post | Saturday March 17, 2018
    British theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking schmoozed with popes during his lifetime, even though he was an avowed atheist. The famous scientist,who died Wednesday in England at 76, was often asked to explain his views on faith and God. During interviews, he explained his belief that there was no need for a creator.
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