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Little word, big meaning

Little word, big meaning

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Sexuality | Attitudes about sex are changing, even among Christians who should know better

Family matters in the other Supreme Court decision

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Supreme Court | Though almost lost in the noise surrounding the Hobby Lobby decision last Monday, the Supreme Court’s ruling on  Harris v. Quinn  is considered by some…

Walking-around politics

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Politics | Here’s a stereotype so lazy it can barely get off the couch: Republicans only care about rich people. It was never true—the bulk of the Republican Party…

Outside threats

Outside threats

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Government | For all its power, the federal government cannot manipulate events

Notable Books

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Books | Picture books with substance

Flaming the evangelicals

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Sexuality | Somehow, Facebook decided that Frank Schaeffer and I should be friends, because posts from him keep showing up on my news feed. This is either a triumph of…

Sadder and wiser—but mostly sadder

Sadder and wiser—but mostly sadder

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Iraq | I have in my possession a special issue of WORLD magazine, dated April 19, 2003: “Free at last” is the title, speaking of Iraq. The double-size issue…

Topical paradise

Topical paradise

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2014 Books Issue | The best books on subjects ranging from the Earth’s beginning to internet innovation

Books of the Year

Books of the Year

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2014 Books Issue | Excellence in popular theology, history, and analysis

Words on paper

Words on paper

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2014 Books Issue | Three reasons for pessimism, and three more for optimism, about the future of printed books

Empty frigates

Empty frigates

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2014 Books Issue | Children should experience and learn to love literature before they learn to dissect it

Welcome to Athens

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Culture | To no one’s surprise, a Gallup poll released May 30 indicates “New Record Highs in Moral Acceptability.” That is, situations considered unacceptable by…

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