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Lit! Reading as Discipline
Words and the Word.
Why the Dinesh D'Souza Scandal Hit Home
There's more at stake in our leaders' failings than we think.
Perfection Obsession: What It Looks Like to Accept Limitations
Amy Julia Becker finds perfection in her daughter's limitations in her award-winning book, 'A Good and Perfect Gift.'
Welcoming Doubt to Christian Education
Reflections on the Cardus Education Survey from a department chair at the world's largest evangelical university.
Surprised by Beauty at the March for Life
The people who caught my eye—the ones the mainstream media overlooked—at this year's march.
Liberty U. Students on Interracial Marriage Trends
I asked five female alumni whether their marriages mirrored recent sociological data on mixed-race marriages in the South. Here's what they told me.
Sex and Salvation according to Picasso
Seeing the huge Picasso exhibit now touring the world reminded me of why Christians should make time for the fine arts.
Anthony Weiner, Gnostic
The embroiled congressman's defense that sexting is not adultery reveals a mind-body dualism long resisted by Christian tradition.
A Peter Singer Sympathizer Changes His Mind
After his infant son, August, suffers irreparable brain damage, professor Chris Gabbard re-thinks what makes a life worth living.
The Great Tiny Baby Rescue
My journey to a Guatemalan village where starving children are rescued in a race against death .
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