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How Science Became a Weapon in the Mommy Wars
Peer-reviewed research intensifies parenting debates… and can leave us even more confused.
Christians to Science: Leave Animals the Way God Designed Them—Except Mosquitoes
Pew finds 7 in 10 Americans, as well as highly committed evangelicals, say the pesky insects should be genetically engineered to reduce disease.
When Restoration Hurts
Christian counselors grapple with how to encourage reconciliation while protecting victims.
What Science Says About the Age of Accountability
The latest research on good, evil, and infants.
Not Worth a Shot: Why Some Christians Refuse Vaccinations on Moral Grounds
The use of fetal cell lines from the 1960s is another sticking point in the vaccine debate.
Digital Bibles Help Men Read More But Retain Less
Data suggests Christians are unaware of the effect the medium has on the message.
Wayne Grudem Changes Mind About Divorce in Cases of Abuse
Leading complementarian theologian says he no longer believes the Bible offers only two justifiable reasons for ending a marriage.
Comment des médecins et des scientifiques, qui sont en première ligne, mettent en oeuvre leur foi
Six professionnels de la santé partagent leurs façons de vivre spirituellement leur foi au milieu d'une pandémie.
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How Many Churches Does America Have? More Than Expected
Best estimate yet of US congregations finds rise of the ‘nons’ has more impact than rise of the ‘nones.’
Q&A: Marriage App Founder Says Couples Benefit from Digital Therapy
The founder of the Lasting app aims to offer portable counseling support to married millennials—especially those with kids.
Why Zika, and Other Viruses, Don’t Disprove God’s Goodness
A microbiologist reflects on the problem of evil in human diseases.
NIH Director Francis Collins Wins $1.3M Templeton Prize
The pioneering geneticist offers an ‘intellectual synthesis’ of faith and evolution.
Amid COVID-19, Pro-Lifers Push to Avoid Abortive Fetal Cells in Medicine
Despite the ethical challenges, most still concede to using old cell lines in life-saving drugs.
Researchers: Faith Helps Mass Shooting Survivors
Psychologists find support from community and trust in God make a measurable impact.
Feeling Loved by God Buffers Body Esteem in Men More Than Women
Two psychologists at Hope College respond to Christian young adults who struggle with body satisfaction.
Why a ‘Health and Wealth’ Approach to Scripture Leaves Us More Depressed
Sociologists: The sick and poor are more likely to seek blessings through Bible-reading.
Templeton Prize Winner: Marcelo Gleiser, Physicist Who Beholds the Universe’s Mysteries
The agnostic is credited with bringing believers and religious questions into the scientific realm.
The Government Is Ending Fetal Tissue Research. Some Scientists Say We Don’t Need It.
How experts and pro-life advocates think the new policy will impact the future of medical study.
Around the World in 46 Chromosomes
I expected to discover myself in my DNA test. But I found us all.
Our First Mission Isn’t Finished
There’s plenty left to name in the sometimes silly, always vast field of taxonomy.

Top Story October 27, 2020

Chinese American Christians Are More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
Chinese American Christians Are Becoming More Politically Engaged—and More Divided
The 2020 race brings out generational gaps within the most undecided Asian American demographic.

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