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Red state risk?

Red state risk?

By Thomas Kidd
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Religion | Study claims that evangelical influence increases a region’s divorce rate

Sin, conviction, and mercy

By La Shawn Barber
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Marriage | I met Alveda King, niece of the late Martin Luther King Jr., years ago at a pro-life luncheon. She’d come to my attention when I did research for an article…

Virginia same-sex marriage case gets class action status

By Ellyse Elmer & Les Sillars
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Marriage | When the U.S. Supreme Court delivered major victories to proponents of same-sex marriage in two cases last June, it declined to rule on whether states may…

Midday Roundup: Frozen roads cause Southern traffic meltdown

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Snow day. Hundreds of stranded motorists in Alabama and Georgia spent the night in their cars, stuck on icy roads. Although only about 3 inches of snow…

Revealing your true self

Revealing your true self

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Marriage | A woman at the doctor’s office smiled at me as I was helping my mother on with her coat after our appointment. After I tried and failed several times to zip…

The war on the word ‘marriage’

The war on the word ‘marriage’

By Robin Phillips
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Marriage | Though gay rights advocates said they didn’t want to change the definition of marriage, change it they did

For better, for worse

For better, for worse

By Joel Belz
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Marriage | Don’t fall for the conventional wisdom that sells marriage short

Single but not solitary

By Angela Lu
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Relationships | These unmarried Christians face disappointments but find with Christ they are not alone

Challenges and blessings

Challenges and blessings

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Faith & Inspiration | God’s teaching in sickness and in health

Shotgun cohabitation

Shotgun cohabitation

By Kiley Crossland
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Marriage | Unwed couples who get pregnant are more likely to move in together than to get married, according to government data collected over the past decade.

Virginia AG won’t defend voter-approved gay marriage ban

By Andrew Branch
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Marriage | Following a seismic political shift in Virginia's top elected offices, the new attorney general said Thursday he has decided his state’s ban on same-sex…

Signs and Wonders: Gentrification is not genocide after all

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Gentrification boon. In 1988, riots in New York helped promote the false idea that the gentrification of neighborhoods forced poor people onto the streets and…

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