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Married, with Children?
Fans of the traditional family should not be intimidated by bad statistics.
Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: Why the Hook-up Culture Is SexistSubscriber Access Only
A culture of casual sex frustrates our young women's pursuit of happy, enduring relationships. A review of 'Girls Uncovered.'
Marriage for the 99%: Seeing Family as a Social Justice IssueSubscriber Access Only
How research demonstrates that marital status can predict a person's socioeconomic status.
One Flesh, Two FaithsSubscriber Access Only
Naomi Schaefer Riley sheds light on an issue—interfaith marriage—that deserves greater attention.
Do It for the Children
Opposing same-sex marriage is actually the enlightened policy.
Up for Debate
Publicly arguing for traditional marriage is worth it even if I don't change many minds.
Gratitude Comes to the City
Christian writers share what they love about where they live.
The Business of Religion vs. JesusSubscriber Access Only
Sorry, but you can't reconstruct a stripped down, organic, anti-corporate version of what you think Jesus should be.
The Social Experiment that Failed
Two books disclose the unforeseen hazards of divorce, and the unexpected fruits of marriage.
The Postmodern Moment
Are Christians prepared for ministry after modernism's failure?
The Conservative Humanist
Those who are pro-life and pro-family should have no problem being pro-human.
Learning from the Gores about the Grace of SeparationSubscriber Access Only
Why separating can be pro-family.
'When Gender-Based Parenting Goes Too Far' : Author ResponseSubscriber Access Only
Glenn Stanton responds to our recent review of 'Secure Daughters, Confident Sons'.

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Playing God: Pandemic Brings Moral Dilemmas to US Hospitals
Playing God: Pandemic Brings Moral Dilemmas to US Hospitals
Two Christian bioethicists on life or death issues that American doctors may soon face.

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