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Salt recipe

Salt recipe

By Gene Edward Veith
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Studies have long shown that the chances of a child growing up to become a criminal plummet to almost zero if he is raised by two loving parents

Not so bright

Not so bright

By Gene Edward Veith
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If atheists think they are bright while the rest of us are stupid, their opinion will probably alienate the public more than their views on God

War of religions

War of religions

By Gene Edward Veith
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Though the secularists cannot imagine such a thing, the world is convulsed in a religious war

Sex and the evangelical teen

Sex and the evangelical teen

By Gene Edward Veith
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Evidence suggests evangelical teenagers on the whole may be more sexually immoral than non-Christians

Conformists

By Gene Edward Veith
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Some pundits were stunned to hear God-talk coming from Democrats

The new liberalism

The new liberalism

By Gene Edward Veith
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Ideology-free politics may be the wave of the future

The cool class

By Gene Edward Veith
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Biggest hit at this year's White House Correspondents Dinner? Sanjaya

Back to the future

By Gene Edward Veith
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We have become too obsessed with ourselves, too inward-looking, too subjective, not just in our art but in our morality and in our religion

Single-issue politics

Single-issue politics

By Gene Edward Veith
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What a candidate believes about abortion tells us how he will treat other issues

One-world education

By Gene Edward Veith
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Public schools trying to bolster their academic quality are turning to what they publicize as "AP and IB courses." "AP" refers to Advanced Placement,

Anti-Christian paranoia

Anti-Christian paranoia

By Gene Edward Veith
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Instead of arguing that Christianity is not true, the more popular argument today is that Christianity is evil

Causes and effects

Causes and effects

By Gene Edward Veith
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What is wrong with this picture?

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