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Subscriber Access Only Are People The Problem?, Part 1—The Bet
(Some population experts predict apocalyptic scenarios. Others argue that human ingenuity can meet the challenge. Deciding who is right has as much to do with faith as with facts.
Subscriber Access Only A Counter Trend—Sort Of
Large families are a small but growing minority.
Subscriber Access Only Morning-After Headache
FDA approval for Plan B does not quell criticism.
Subscriber Access Only Jesus and the Unclean Woman
How a story in Mark's gospel sheds light on the problem of obstetric fistula.
Subscriber Access Only Be Fruitful and Multiply?
Observers weigh in on whether Christians have a special responsibility to have children.
Subscriber Access Only No Child Left to Die
Half of all babies born with HIV die by age 2. Could we stop that by 2015?
Sex Ed and the City
New York's text campaign doesn't connect with teens.
Beware of Baby Envy
Since biblical times, women have struggled to rejoice at another’s pregnancy.
Even Economists Can't Tell Us What to Expect When We're Expecting
Emily Oster’s 'Expecting Better' is callous and trivial—if not overtly dangerous.
Blessed Are the Stretch-Marked and Muffin-Topped
What my pregnant and postpartum body taught me about womanhood.
What the Marketing of Prenatal Tests Tells us About the Tests Themselves...
...the likely effect of tests likeMaterniT21 is to depopulate the Buddy Walks of the future. This isn’t a matter of evil, or prejudice; it’s just economics, and individual decisions adding up to social change.
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Should Expectant Mothers Be Tested for HIV?
Experts debate how to reduce AIDS in newborns.
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The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'
The Bible Is More Than a 'Mystery'
Peter Enns makes the case that Scripture doesn't tell us everything. So does it tell us anything?
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