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(10) Saving the Life of a Shaken Baby, by Christine A. Scheller // February 5
Byron and Susan Mondoks' adoption of their granddaughter, abused by her birth father, unearths the meaning of love in action.

(9) Female Sex Addict: Not an Oxymoron, interview by Katelyn Beaty // April 26
Marnie Ferree's No Stones: Women Redeemed from Sexual Addiction challenges easy assumptions about who gets addicted and why.

(8) Caught between the Easter Bunny and the Empty Grave, by Amy Julia Becker // April 1
Reducing Easter to a purely spiritual celebration is almost as problematic as reducing it to a consumer smorgasbord.

(7) Christian Female Musicians, Missing in Action, by Laura Leonard // May 20
What accounts for the surprising dearth of women in today's CCM scene?

(6) Little Girls and Single Ladies, by Elrena Evans // June 3
The backlash to the video of 8-year-olds gyrating to Beyonce suggests there's still hope for our culture.

(5) Marriage: A Dying to the Self, by Lynn Roush, guest blogger // May 4
Paul Tripp's What Did You Expect? refreshingly goes beyond gender roles to arrive at the crux of marital problems: the kingdom of self.

(4) Lady Gaga: Champion of Abstinence? by Laura Leonard // April 19 The wave of celebrities ...

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