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Like totally wiped

Like totally wiped

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Culture | In Monday’s column I stood up for punctuation. Confessing my sins, I affirmed the necessity, for the good of mankind, of using the grace notes of grammar…

Bridesmaid Inc.

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Culture | The Wedding Ringer , a new entry in the growing field of gross-out comedy flicks, tells the story of Doug Harris, a “loveable but socially…

How I sold out

How I sold out

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Culture | I have done the very thing I thought I would never do. No, I am not talking about the sins of Romans 7 that are endlessly debated. What I have done is to…

What's your favorite Super Bowl ad from recent years?

What's your favorite Super Bowl ad from recent years?

By Marvin Olasky
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Television | Why do television shows often portray America as worse than it really is, but the commercials that grab us make it look better? Rachel Lynn Aldrich did a…

In Canada, it’s career vs. conviction for some Christians

In Canada, it’s career vs. conviction for some Christians

By Nick Eicher
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Religious Liberty | Two Canadian professional groups have begun a process of effectively blacklisting Christian doctors and lawyers. A Canadian legal group committed to diversity…

Witch trials, 1692 to 2014

By Marvin Olasky
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Culture | Megan McArdle, a Bloomberg columnist whose web articles would be must-reads if any were (as John Piper points out, only the Bible is a must-read), published…

Rapper Trip Lee calls youth to rise above society's low expectations

By Emily Whitten
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Music | Trip Lee has made a career out of turning people’s expectations on their heads. The hip-hop artist loves to challenge stereotypes, both from inside and…

Blogger, principal hatch plan to take high-risk students to Harvard

By Courtney Crandell
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Education | Brooklyn’s Brownsville neighborhood is known as a hub for crime, not scholasticism. But one middle school principal aims to show her students their lives…

Among outrageous pop stars, Ed Sheeran is weirdly normal

By Jeff Koch
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Music | Twenty-three-year-old singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran stands out from this year’s Grammy frenzy. It’s not his nomination for the coveted best-album award nor…

The youthful state of the pro-life movement

By Nick Eicher
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Culture | Tens of thousands of pro-lifers descended on the nation’s capitol in Thursday’s March for Life that marked the anniversary of Roe v. Wade , the Supreme Court…

A video game that asks theological questions

By Drew Dixon
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Technology | Dragon Age: Inquisition puts players in control of the Herald of Andraste, a messianic figure that many claim was sent by “the Maker” to save the…

American Sniper triggers a social media firestorm

By Sarah Padbury
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Movies | American Sniper shattered opening weekend box office records, raking in $107.2 million over the four-day Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, the biggest take ever…

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