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Who is confined?

Who is confined?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Religion | Those who attack Christianity do so from an unenviable place

Toys R Us pulls drug-dealer action figures from shelves

By Caroline Leal
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Culture | It’s a tug-of-war over toys. And it’s not the kids who are spatting—it’s the adults. Early last week, a Florida mom successfully petitioned Toys R Us…

Who owns you, baby?

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Campaign 2014 | You’re so controlling. You never listen to what I say … Why is it always  my  fault? Feminist campaign rhetoric around election time is like listening…

Art at the center of life with Down syndrome

By Courtney Crandell
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Lifestyle | People with different ability levels need the arts, and the arts need them, too

Wrongful birth in a me-first culture

By Nick Eicher
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Culture | When I first read the story of a wrongful birth lawsuit in Illinois, I could not believe my eyes. I thought it was a cruel parody, then I found out it…

Apple pulls app that encouraged casual sex on campus

Apple pulls app that encouraged casual sex on campus

By Kiley Crossland
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Technology | A new mobile app designed to reduce nonconsensual sex among college students lasted nine days on iTunes before Apple removed it last week for “objectionable…

Web Reads: What happens when pigs really do fly?

Web Reads: What happens when pigs really do fly?

By Susan Olasky
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Newsworthy | Inappropriate pets. Writer Patricia Marx kept seeing pets in restaurants and other inappropriate places. A little research led her to the concept of emotional…

Atheist says validating unbelief isn’t enough

By La Shawn Barber
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Religion | As I read a Salon article written by a white male atheist criticizing other white male atheists, I had to laugh. White men, who are often unfairly demonized…

When defending marriage makes you a villain

By Nick Eicher
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Homosexuality | Last week, I talked with John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview about a story that appeared on The Public Discourse about a woman…

Trim back the hedge

Trim back the hedge

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Parenting | In one of my day jobs I review children’s books. One recent middle-grade novel I read is about the first family-based moon colony, established in…

Glory and battle

By Janie B. Cheaney
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Culture | The persistence of war suggests it isn’t always for “absolutely nothin’”

Concerned women and cultural shifts

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Penny Young Nance, president of Concerned Women for America, talks about the ways our nation is changing, for better and for worse

 
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