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The Upside of Never-Empty Nests
Why having our adult daughter and son-in-law move in is not 'enabling' them.
Humans in Creation: Another View
Nature's enduring value is not in what it can provide us.
The Urban Chicks Movement
Living out faith can include 'just food.'
'Love Thy Neighbor' Shows Up at Copenhagen
Many Christians who support climate-change protocols have the least of these in mind.
A Safe Place to Talk About Sex
'Sex and the Soul' argues that universities—Christian and otherwise—desperately need this.
Learning from Secular Nations
In 'godless' Scandinavia, people are content. Is that enough?
Declining Female Happiness
A new study reveals that feminism may be the source of our discontent.
'Femivores' and Food Ethics
The trend toward locally grown, naturally raised food is giving some women more fulfilling lives than the workplace ever did.
James Lee and 'Filthy Human Children'
The environmental activist's views on human life were obviously extreme and very wrong. But should we rethink limiting our family sizes?
2D Love and Lars and the Real Girl
The Japanese phenomenon reveals a right human desire gone askew.
EDITORIAL: For Whom the Bell Curves
Intellectual smugness devalues the Christian teaching that one's character is vastly more important than what one knows.
Coupling Therapy
What daily lovemaking for a year did for one marriage.
The Secret Life of Beekeepers
Beekeeping reminds me of the many tasks before me—and my dependence on others.
'The Blind Side' Reaches Across Class and Race
A movie about a Christian woman's outreach to an African American teenager depicts redemption, but only at the personal level.

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Is The Coronavirus Evidence of a Creation in Freefall?
Is The Coronavirus Evidence of a Creation in Freefall?
How does theology explain a pandemic? Basic biology, human sin, or the Devil?

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