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Living in the age of half men

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Culture | In a nostalgic piece about 1860s and ’70s New Jersey in the May/June 2014 issue of Touchstone magazine, writer Anthony Esolen compares the antics of 19th…

America’s celebration of sin

America’s celebration of sin

By Bill Newton
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Culture | Driving down the road in front of me the other day was what we call “an Asheville car”—a vehicle with its entire rear end covered in bumper stickers,

Flip this country

By Steve Jordahl
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Culture | TV show or not, David Benham and his brother stand for biblical values and won’t back down

Retiring journalism prof swam against the liberal current

By Susan Olasky
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Education | AUSTIN, Texas—Across from the tattoo parlors, eateries, and clothing stores of Austin’s eclectic Guadalupe Street is the back of the new Journalism…

A little common sense

A little common sense

By Joel Belz
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Culture | It’s sorely lacking in the growing debate about transgender restrooms

Pornography’s pervasion

Pornography’s pervasion

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Not dandy eye candy, porn is fast and forlorn

Pro-gay groups set their sights on the South

By Kiley Crossland
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Homosexuality | The nation’s largest gay rights advocacy group is putting down roots in the South. Last week, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) announced it will spend $8.5…

Web Reads: WWI photos, North Korean souvenirs, and sky-high rent

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Pictures of war. The Atlantic began running a 10-part series featuring photographs of World War I. Part one sets the stage for the war with a 1910 photo of nine…

Quack, quack if you hate Obama

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | I have a great cardiologist who shocks my heart sometimes by sending me stories detailing governmental abuses and would-be scandals, if only the most powerful…

There’s no shaming the shameless

By D.C. Innes
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Culture | Shame is a good thing. The capacity for shame humanizes us. Try as I might, I simply cannot bring my cat to embarrassment. But even one of the 19th…

Picking up where Francis Schaeffer left off

Picking up where Francis Schaeffer left off

By Russ Pulliam
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Books | Mild-mannered and gentle with his friends, Steve Garber must be very hard-nosed and disciplined in his management of his time and productivity. He reads books…

Rescuing an unsung holiday

Rescuing an unsung holiday

By Jeff Koch
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Culture | In the wake of the well-known holy days of Passover and Easter comes a holiday that’s in danger of being overlooked, perhaps even slighted. Today is…

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