Marriage

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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…

Michael Franzese’s Mafia romance

By Marvin Olasky
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Q&A | WORLD Magazine’s current issue includes an interview with Michael Franzese. Fortune in 1986 called him one of the top Mafia bosses in the country, but in this…

The future for defenders of marriage

By Ryan T. Anderson
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Marriage | In the post- Obergefell world, will we be treated as pro-lifers or bigots?

Midday Roundup: New Kentucky governor pledges marriage license change

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | No baloney. Kentucky’s newly elected governor, who takes office Dec. 8, said yesterday one of his first acts would be to issue an executive order removing…

Sex and the City of Man

By D.C. Innes
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Sexuality | Christians, as citizens of the kingdom of God, are wrestling with how to live as citizens of progressive America. Michael Gerson and Peter Wehner, both of…

Study links state prosperity to two-parent families

Study links state prosperity to two-parent families

By Juliana Chan Erikson
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Marriage | Marriage isn’t just good for the kids: A new study says two-parent families may be good for the American economy, too. The study, published by the American…

Gallery, closed after declining gay wedding, reopens as church

By Sarah Padbury
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Religion | An Iowa bistro and art gallery closed last summer due to declining sales after the owners refused to rent out the facility for a same-sex wedding. But they…

My brother-in-law’s choice

My brother-in-law’s choice

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | My husband’s brother moved to Albuquerque to work for the government and ended up in the movies. New Mexico offers filmmakers a cash rebate for the full…

Chile issues first civil marriage licenses to same-sex couples

By Katlyn Babyak
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Marriage | SANTIAGO, Chile—Chile’s Civil Registry made an exception last month to its ongoing strike to perform the country’s first civil union ceremonies for…

You can’t hurry love

You can’t hurry love

By Chelsea Boes
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Relationships | This week, as our house overflows with an exorbitant double-shower yield of diapers and pink gifts, my husband Jonathan and I remember a small but sacred…

Christian baker appeals to Colorado’s highest court

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | Two homosexuals complained to the Colorado Civil Rights Commission after Christian baker Jack Phillips declined to bake them a cake for their same-sex…

A wedding story only God could craft

By Sophia Lee
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Travel | WORLD reporter Sophia Lee is traveling through Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Burma, and other Southeast Asian countries. She’s sending us regular

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