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Notable Books

By Susan Olasky
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Books | Books on marriage and family

Our brave little baby

By Chelsea Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | Our baby was still an unborn mystery of kicks and rolled sonogram images two weeks ago when I wrote her a note right next to the Star Wars ticket stub I taped…

Mark Regnerus on the science of families

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | Three years after academia rejected his research on same-sex families, the Texas professor reflects on what was gained and lost

No easy answers for courts grappling with family cases involving same-sex couples

No easy answers for courts grappling with family cases involving same-sex couples

By Kiley Crossland
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Family | The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday temporarily blocked an Alabama court ruling against a woman fighting for parental rights over her former lesbian partner’s…

Mary and me

Mary and me

By Chelsea Boes
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Faith & Inspiration | Our little Pennsylvania town really is little . The borough’s boundaries contain a pizza place run by genuine Mediterraneans, a Lutheran church with real…

Embryos become collateral damage in nasty divorce spat

By Lynde Langdon
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Marriage | A California judge this week settled a divorced couple’s dispute over their frozen embryos by ordering them destroyed—even though the woman claimed they…

One-third of millennials have no need to travel for Thanksgiving

One-third of millennials have no need to travel for Thanksgiving

By Julie Borg
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Family | Throughout the Western world, a growing number of millennials aren’t returning home for the holidays, they’re already there. Well over one-third of adults…

Utah judge reverses decision to take foster child from same-sex couple

By Lynde Langdon
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Family | A Utah judge today reversed an order to remove a foster child from a same-sex family and place her with a heterosexual couple. The 9-month-old baby will…

Fears of a first-time mom

Fears of a first-time mom

By Chelsea Boes
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Parenting | Just one glimpse into the newborn care classroom—a sterile upstairs rectangle in the local hospital—made all the feelings I associate with public…

Allan Carlson on coming U.S. moral revival

By Warren Cole Smith
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Q&A | U.S. culture never stays in a moral morass for more than a few generations, researcher argues

Real toys are making a Christmas comeback

By Sarah Padbury
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Business | After years of declining Christmas toy sales in favor of technology purchases, experts report children are once again longing for real toys—as long as they…

Congo releases a small fraction of adopted children to waiting families

By Kiley Crossland
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Adoption | Dozens of children stuck in halted adoptions in the Democratic Republic of Congo are now authorized to leave the country after two years of waiting, according…

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